I mean, I plan on having the actuallyAdam Levine sing at my wedding. But I guess you could have someone else croon Alicia Keys’s “If I Ain’t Got You.” Either way, this makes an amazing choice for a first dance as husband and husband, or wife and wife!
Check out more beautiful wedding photos taken by Corey Torpie Photography as part of her “One Free Wedding,” which she offers to one couple a year who are dedicated to making their community a better place.
With her father’s magnetism and her mother’s discipline, Chelsea Clinton is finally embracing her political birthright. In this exclusive interview, Jonathan Van Meter discovers a young woman ready to change the world.
One night, over dinner at Cheddar’s, Chelsea mentions that a lot of her male friends are gay. “It was something that I wasn’t even aware of until Marc pointed it out,” she says. Observing the strength of those friendships—many of Chelsea’s friends spend every Thanksgiving with the Clintons at Chappaqua—was one of the key factors in changing Bill Clinton’s position on gay marriage. “Those conversations often start in families and then billow out into the community. Change is hard. And I was really proud of my dad.”
Great profile of Chelsea, with a nice shout out to marriage equality.
May not be the best proposal, but if we had to pop the question to our prison wife, we’d be pretty tempted to take a page out of Crazy Eyes’ book! Check out Orange is the New Blackon Netflix if you haven’t already.
With gay marriage inevitably comes gay divorce… Cheyenne Jackson discusses his split with his husband on a SiriusXM interview on the Frank DeCaro Show. Like Cheyenne says, it’s sad when any relationship ends. But we bet there’s more than one of you that’s excited Cheyenne is back on the market. ;)