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Do it for the Team, Bitches.


So, we get this email from Emmett yesterday...

"T Lo,

This is my former assistant!

I am emailing you because you have a very unique opportunity to help Matthew and Jeffrey and perhaps law. Matthew and Jeffrey are up for the wedding of their dreams. If they win, their wedding will become the "Gay wedding" of the year! Given our current political climate in NYC I think this is a good opportunity for all the gay and gay "friendly" community members in the USA. If they win the US Weekly will be forced to cover not only the wedding, but also the issue/controversy of gay marriage in New York and legislation being debated in the USA currently.

Thanks!

Emmett"


And our first thought was "How do we tell Emmett we don't do that kind of thing?" Then we thought, "Oh, fuck this. These 2 queens deserve the wedding of their dreams even if the state doesn't recognize them as married." We tend to shy away from the political stuff on this blog, but that doesn't mean we're not politically minded. And while it's tough to expect our gay-supportive straight friends to get out and march in support of marriage rights, it's the easiest thing in the world to head on over to US magazine and with a click of your finger, send a little message and give a couple queens their dream. Will it affect the law? Probably not, but there's nothing wrong with showing a little support. If we have to sit in the back of the bus, let's at least demand some comfortable seats.

Do it for the team, ladies! Go here and vote for these two cute little gays.


[Photo: usmagazine.com]


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154 comments:

Done! I hope they win.


TLo,

where do I pick up the "I Voted" sticker?

TampaBay


Done and done. If they win, will you be covering it and commenting on the attire of the wedding party?


done. hope they win.


And done. It will be interesting to see if they won or not. I wonder, even if they get the most votes, will US Weekly play fair and be honest about it, or choose someone else to win to avoid the controversy altogether?

Not that there would be any way to know. Whatever. I hope they win!


Happy to do so...done. I just LOVE any occasion where I get to put on a huge, cloyingly feminine floppy hat. Oh, you mean I didn't need to wear it to VOTE??? I thought it looked quite good with my jammies and bunny slippers, actually. Dog seemed to like it...


Looks like you can vote as many times as you want.


Done.
We need to get more people voting, because some of those people are way ahead. I didn't see where it says how many times you're allowed to vote...?


It doesn't count anything other than your first vote if you voted more than once.


Voted and keeping my fingers crossed for them.


I've got the same fears as Donny B. They might just lie to avoid controversy. Did you guys post this on your facebook? You can make an event and invite everybody to vote, and then they'll invite their friends, and on and on.


Done. Hope they win :)


Done! I don't have a problem with you being political, and I'll march for marriage rights for everyone any time you ask me to. ;)


What an odd voting system. It just let me vote about 5 times, which means that every couple probably has a bunch of friends logging in hundreds of repeat votes.

I logged mine in! I'm happy to support marriage equality!


I don't know about everyone else, but I'm more than happy to click a little box so that gay marriage can become more accepted and hopefully more legal!

Equal rights for all, and I hope these two have a gorg wedding and happy life together!


Done!

And btw, I don't think this is too political anyway (but that's just the kinda gal I am).

--GothamTomato


C'est moi, c'est moi Lola

Done.

Well, we'll see how far the 'Power of TLo' goes for internet voting!

And I'd do anything for Emmett....

I also don't mind when posts go political on the blog. When it does pop up, you two always present a very informed opinion, rather than just calling people names.

Good luck to the happy couple!


"GothamTomato said...

Done!

And btw, I don't think this is too political anyway (but that's just the kinda gal I am)."

To be honest, neither do we, but considering how political it gets around here when we criticize Michelle Obama's clothes...


Happy to help. My vote has been cast.


I think that if you erase the cookies you can vote repeatedly.

--GothamTomato


Done - I've got my fingers crossed!


You don't expect your straight friends to get out there and march for marriage rights? Why not? I don't care that much about being married, but I do VERY much care about civil rights - bring it!

If somebody will tell me what to do to put this on my Facebook, I'll do it.


I'm so glad you posted this because civil rights belong to EVERYBODY. So this "straight" gal is happy and proud to march any ol' time you need me!


"Anne said...

You don't expect your straight friends to get out there and march for marriage rights? Why not?"

Because they don't. I've been to plenty of rallies and marches and it's about 95% gay every time.


Done. But they do have tough competition--that one chick has Lupus. It's never Lupus.

Oh, and does anyone else think it's cute that the gay couple is from Queens? Just saying. I did.


Anne, either just post that link, or even better, go to "Events" and create an event, with the link, and invite all of your friends.


Done
This is more love than politics...which is why politics has no place in this matter and
they should be free to marry with all the rights thereof.
So there.
And all the best to them and to you
for braving the wrath of who knows
to post this.


I just noticed it said "queens, NY" udner their names. (snicker) that makes me giggle!


"Anonymous said...

Because they don't. I've been to plenty of rallies and marches and it's about 95% gay every time."

Generalizing only offends and does nothing to help the cause at hand. I am straight and have always fought for gay rights, as have many of my straight friends. Yes, some straight people don't fight for it or agree with it, but not all of them.


Yes, we CAN!


done. good luck and congratulations to matthew and jeffrey!


Sorry if it offends you, but that's been my experience dozens of times. Straight people rarely march in support of gay rights.


I voted and told some friends to do the same, but are you seriously not even going to comment on how much the guy on the right looks like Jonathan Adler? My first thought when I read that post was, "Oh, poor Simon Doonan...kicked to the curb for a younger model so soon after they tied the knot last year."


Aren't they cute? I feel that we have every right as tax paying citizens to have the same rights as every other couple. This couple has more meaning to me as I know Matthew since he was a college student.
Isn't this part of the natural progression of life, family, education, mating?
Come out and stand up for equal rights!

xoxo.
Emmett


Another vote from me. I will also add to my Facebook if an event is created.
Straight people care about equality too you know! And in any case the argument about marriage and religion affects me too since I was not married before anybody's "god". If that makes a gay marriage invalid then it makes mine invalid too. This is not the United States of Jesus!


That's only your experience, though, and you're assuming the orientation of everyone there. What, did you poll the entire crowd?


Just logged my vote from Iowa - a state that I'm proud to say Emmett can now legally get married to whomever he'd like. Here's a straight girl looking forward to the day when the entire country practices equality for all...


"If they win the US Weekly will be forced to cover not only the wedding, but also the issue/controversy of gay marriage in New York and legislation being debated in the USA currently."

EXACTLY!!
I'm heading to their site right now.


AMEN SISTERS!!!!


Arguing the point that straight people only march in support of gay rights in relatively small numbers is like arguing that black is white. Yes, some straight people do and maybe you're one of them. Great. Thank you. But that doesn't change the fact that at any gay rights rally, the vast majority of the attendees are gay. Sorry if it offends you, but imagine how much it offends us.


Happy to do it. Anything that brings the marriage debate to the forefront so that we can finally give the same rights to everyone is great in my book. Even if it is just winning a little contest.


Larry, I think you're right, and it's something that is incredibly frustrating and want to change.


Voted, and passed the link (to y'all, of course) along to several others. Good luck, Matthew and Jeffrey!


I have to agree with some of you guys here, and I'm a girl. Many of my friends (straight) go on and on about how much they support gay marriage but they don't do a thing even here in NY. I think there's a difference between being OK with it and supporting it.

And yes, I've marched several times.


Anonymous said: Done. But they do have tough competition--that one chick has Lupus. It's never Lupus.

Ha! Nice House reference.


Another vote cast for equal rights for all - and before 8:30 AM too! If I don't get anything else done today, I will still feel a fine sense of accomplishment. Best wishes to the happy couple.

Thanks for the opportunity, TLo!


Yeah, in terms of people coming out to rallies, it's pretty hard to get anyone. I'm speaking in terms of my campus, though, because that's the only time I've had to promote a march or rally. I've never done a big city one or anything like that.


Done, and asked 5 friends to do the same!


I voted, passed the link along on eljay, and when I get home, I'll share it on facebook (I don't have access to facebook at work. boohiss.)


Done. Yay for gay!


Done - altho picking Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes wedding as fav celebrity wedding almost cost them my vote. Groan! And sorry...almost losing your job isn't an obstacle. But still..they look cute and in love so they got my vote. Cheers!


Kudos to you for the way you handled this!


They are super cute. I voted for them and I hope they win.
Now for the really important question.. What are they going to wear???


I was reading the couple's stories, and one of them said they were inspired by Rob and Amber's wedding from Survivor.

Isn't that the same dude that beats the crap out of her?


Done! As a long-time social libertarian, equal marriage rights and responsibilities for all is dear to my heart. On a lighter note, TLo, will you cover the wedding? It should be fabulous!!!


"Tlo said: To be honest, neither do we, but considering how political it gets around here when we criticize Michelle Obama's clothes..."




Yes well, clothes are such an important issue.

But I believe in following the sage advice of the Divine Miss M who said, 'Fuck 'em if they can't take a joke'.

Words to live by if there ever were.

-GothamTomato


done... i, too giggled when i saw they are from queens! how a-propos!

hey, at least they got to the final 10 -- i'm assuming there were hundreds of entries.

let's hope they win -- and have a FABULOUS wedding! keep us updated tlo...


I've gotta admit,


some of those chicks got "BRIDEZILLA" written all over them.

Good thing I live hundreds of miles away.


What about gay supportive straight friends that don't support gay marriage, but do support civil unions?


Just Voted and will pass it on. And not all your readers are gay supportive straight friends. Some are lesbians who were lucky enough to get married in California last year like me!


"Anonymous said...

What about gay supportive straight friends that don't support gay marriage, but do support civil unions?"


why would you call yourself supportive but think we don't deserve equal rights?


Done! And spread it around on my facebook too. Go Boys!


GothamTomato said...

Yes well, clothes are such an important issue.

But I believe in following the sage advice of the Divine Miss M who said, 'Fuck 'em if they can't take a joke'.

Words to live by if there ever were.

-GothamTomat
o

I always liked that quote from Bette Midler too, until I saw the new episode of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List and it showed that the Divine Miss M pretty much has zero sense of humor anymore. She should take her own advice.


Done. Hope they win.


Done and done. I'll try to vote again tomorrow. I feel that love is love, and everyone should be able to marry whomever they love.

As far as being straight and marching for gay rights, this may sound trite, but no one's ever asked me to go and I would feel awkward just showing up alone. If one of my gay friends asked me to go, I'd be there supporting them in a New York minute.


Interesting the straight couple from Phoenix (my city) listed their "celeb favorite wedding" as Ellen and Portia. Hmmmm...they tryin to work both angles for the win? They seem to be the frontrunners on the vote...


P,

Next time there's a rally, why don't you call your gay friends and ask THEM to come with YOU?


Done.

First of all, they are absolutely adorable and I wish them the best. Secondly, I am that straight person who does march for gay rights (was in a pride parade just last weekend). And thirdly, it would make a great statement if this couple were to win, or even come close.

VOTE!! :)

-gg


Done and happy to watch the number of votes rising rapidly!

As for the Anonymous poster who complains that straight people don't support civil raights for gay people, well, you're wrong. Straight gal here very supportive of gay rights.

But let me ask you this, Anonymous: How often have you marched for/supported the reproductive rights of women?

Just askin'.....


P said...

As far as being straight and marching for gay rights, this may sound trite, but no one's ever asked me to go and I would feel awkward just showing up alone...


You can just show up alone and join the crowd! I've done this. It may seem awkward at first thought, but really it's easy and fun. You'll be welcomed!

-gg


" 60isthenew55 said...

Done and happy to watch the number of votes rising rapidly!

As for the Anonymous poster who complains that straight people don't support civil raights for gay people, well, you're wrong. Straight gal here very supportive of gay rights."

No one has "complained" and no one has said that NO straight people march in support of gays. What I and others in this thread have done is responded to a question asked of us with our conclusions based on our experiences. My experience, based on the many rallies I've attended, is that the majority of the marchers - like 90% - are gay. To be honest, I don't know how anyone who has attended a gay rights march can argue this point.

"But let me ask you this, Anonymous: How often have you marched for/supported the reproductive rights of women?"

Are we going to do tit for tat now? I fully support women's reproductive rights but I haven't seen or heard of a rally for them in decades in my neck of the woods because those rights are already law.


Anonymous said...

What about gay supportive straight friends that don't support gay marriage, but do support civil unions?

---

Do you mean you support civil unions for only gay couples (with straights continuing to get marriage licenses)? Or do you mean getting the government out of the "marriage" business and having civil unions be the standard household-forming contract for everyone, gay or straight?

I'd be willing to play the semantics game if it will give people equal rights, but I cannot support separate but equal. If we go the civil unions route, it needs to be across the board.


I'll support anyone who chooses love instead of hate! Not to sound like a hippie, but I would take along to march anyone, regardless of orientation, race, gender, or party, as long as they truly wanted to help my cause. Isn't this what the voting is about? Love?


Oh, and in case anyone somehow hasn't seen this:

http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/c0cf508ff8/prop-8-the-musical-starring-jack-black-john-c-reilly-and-many-more-from-fod-team-jack-black-craig-robinson-john-c-reilly-and-rashida-jones


Done...thanks for the heads up, Joanie. I hope they win too. I only wish WE had entered a contest or something for OUR wedding. I never did get a new toaster...or blender...or anything. *sigh*


Yay! I voted and passed it on to a few more forums and my Facebook as well.

As an aside, I googled the frontrunning couple. They had a story run about them in a daily paper in their home city. Girlfriend nursed her sister back from brain surgery for a tumor. That's some good PR haha.


i'm not from or in the usa, but i voted!


it's the truth

60isthenew55 said...

As for the Anonymous poster who complains that straight people don't support civil raights for gay people, well, you're wrong. Straight gal here very supportive of gay rights.

But let me ask you this, Anonymous: How often have you marched for/supported the reproductive rights of women
?

They clearly said MARCH for gay rights, not just supporting them. Far more straight people support gay rights than actually join marches for them. Many gay people don't march either. But yes, the majority of people at any gay rights rally is always gay, which shouldn't be that surprising to anyone really.

And I agree with the other poster who said that there really aren't marches for reproductive rights anymore becuase you legally HAVE reproductive rights! Nobody's marching to free the slaves either, lol.

And lastly, even beyond the semantics/religious connotations of the terms "civil union" and "gay marriage," in the US legal system, which does not recognize any federal rights for same-sex couples, any sort of civil unions are going to be inherently unequal, and not just in name but also quantifiable legal rights. Get some across-the-board, completely-equal civil unions on a FEDERAL LEVEL and then force all states to recognize gay civil unions performed in those states where it's legal and then maybe we can talk about what a "supporter" you are.


Done!!!!


They could not be cuter. Good luck, boys!


FUCK. YES. love!


What Landry said.....They look like a very happy couple. I wish them the best.


Done, and good luck to them!


I voted!

And hey, as a civil rights attorney and former clinic escort, let me say - the battle over reproductive rights is far from over. More Americans than ever favor incresing restrictions on current standards of care, and just last week Dr. Tiller was gunned down for performing a legal health procedure. In the aftermath, US Marshalls are acting as personal body guards to women all over the country.

I also, as a straight woman, have marched in PRIDE parades for years. I protested Prop 8, and support full marriage rights and well as federal hate crime protection.

I have also, from my work in election law, seen tactics on election day that would make Jim Crow proud. Anyone who believes that minorities are not still targeted in elections should sign up to be trained as voter protection volunteer - you are in for a big surprise!

My point? (Other than the fact that I am an awesome civil rights warrior, lol) No single cause has ever been helped by playing the "most oppressed minority game". Get out there and march for what you believe in. Don't take your rights for granted. Call you senators, pester your school board, have a sit in in city hall.

But we'll never win the war if we are distracted by fighting one another


oops - that should have said "womens health providers" not "women" are being protected by federal marshalls


I don't march for anything, haven't since I was in my early 20s. No offense to those who find it a rewarding form of political expression, but personally, I don't see it as a useful way to spend my time. After years of living in DC, I came to see marches as more of a traffic nuisance than anything else, and I suspect most politicians likely do as well.

Go ahead and be frustrated with me for only "supporting" equal rights and not showing up to congregate with a few thousand people who already agree with me. I have decided that in my own life, in my own hometown, I am more effective speaking unequivocally and frequently about my meagre "support." I suppose I COULD travel to some nearby city and make a giant puppet or something, but instead I'll stay in my own town and happily congratulate my neighbors on their finally-recognized 20 year marriage. I'll proudly introduce them as "husbands" and happily seek out and promote same-sex marriages at the ceremony venue where I work.

People who oppose marriage equality are enough of an obstacle. I fail to see what is constructive about chastising people who happily support equality, just because they don't express their support in your chosen way.


Done. It would be a nice little chip at the resistance to accepting as "normal" legal marriage for all were US Weekly to have these two on the cover as winners at my checkout stand.

But I gotta say, against deployment in Iraq, 2 cancer survivors, Lupus and nursing-sister-through-brain tumor (and I didn't even read them all) it's gonna be an uphill battle.


Right on Elaine! Thats exactly my point - fight the fight in the way you believe it is best fought!


"I fail to see what is constructive about chastising people who happily support equality, just because they don't express their support in your chosen way."

No one is being "chastised" here.


it's in the bag, bbs!


to prior anon cmt.

Can we keep pro-abortion out of this post..

One thing that even pro-life's can support about Gay rights is that the incidents of abortion should be almost non-existent in gay relationships :o)

Ann


Elaine, I'm really behind you. I'm not going to force anyone to march, but I do it because it's a large showing of support, to make our opinions known on a large scale all the time rather than just on election day. Some people love it, some people hate it, and that's just the way it is. And power to you for doing it your way! But we're gonna have to keep blocking traffic while we do it our way ; )


Well, larry, the original post seems to have been deleted, but you yourself said you were "offended" by the lack of straight people at gay civil rights rallies, to which an Anon poster agreed and declared "needed to change." Perhaps you might not define that as chastising, but it sure looks like that from here. You are entitled to your opinion, but it happens that my opinion is that I don't support equality any less just because I don't attend demonstrations, flash mobs, or drumming circles.

I'm proud to live in a state that offers marriage without discrimination (New England sends Iowa 2 snaps up with a twist!) and look forward to the day when federal recognition of all state marriages is the law.


i voted and i'm going to post a link on my facebook :)


I voted, and I can't figure out if voting several times gives you just one vote or several. Hmm...


I guess I'm an old-fashioned in my thinking...








Marriage is institution. But then again, who wants to be in an institution?

I don't think its right for ANY couple, gay or breeder.


Elaine,

Someone asked why it was too much to ask for straight people to show up at a march and I and others responded with an answer based on our own experiences. Sorry if you didn't like it, but it had nothing to do with you or really, anyone else here. Straight people don't show up for gay rights rallies in notable numbers. That's the reality. If you've got your reasons for not doing so, fine. I reiterate: this isn't about you.


I only agree that it needs to change. Sorry if that wasn't clear.


I voted!


I think the reason why these comments are angering people is that there is an implication that straight people don't care. Marriage rights regardless of orientation, as in equal rights for everyone, is by definition about everyone. This is about Elaine and Larry and everybody. Everyone has a right to express his/her opinion, and participate or not participate in a march or a vote, etc. They vote, just like you, and in the end their vote will be counted right along with yours. That is the support that matters the most. Think about it.


I will absolutely vote for them! My best friend is gay which I guess makes me a fag hag lol


It's not for me to decide whether or not straight people "don't care" about this issue. Once again, the REALITY of the situation IN MY EXPERIENCE is that straight people do not show up in notable numbers for gay rights rallies. That's it. Make of it what you will.


Done.
Wish it were that easy in real life. Just click a button and your human rights will be recognized.


Why do you think it is tough to ask our supportive friends to march for our equality? I've done that and more for others for years. If one of us is discriminated against, we all are.


Word, Shamu and ChristopherM.


Done...thanks for the heads up Joanie....I only wish we could have had the opportunity for OUR wedding. *sigh* I did so want to get a new toaster or blender...*smile*


Voted too. I live in a country where gay people can mary(Holland)and I can't imagine it being any other way, love is love, regardless of gender. I hope gay people all over the US will be able to marry too, soon.


Geez this discussion de-generated.

Can I as a woman assume that gay men have all been (still) marching for the ERA (that never happened)?

If only women in general cared about all rights for women as much.

(and women's rights are NOT JUST abortion.)


How is it that a simple truism - gay rights rallies are attended overwhelmingly by gay people - get turned into a "gay men vs. women" discussion? That's pretty fucked up.


"Why do you think it is tough to ask our supportive friends to march for our equality? I've done that and more for others for years. If one of us is discriminated against, we all are."


I agree with your point about discrimination, but disagree that marching is the right tack for me to take. Who shows up for what rally really doesn't matter. It's how we vote, how we spend our money, how we choose to behave socially that will determine the future.

At least that's what I think. I honestly doubt that anyone who opposes equality has changed their minds because they saw a march. But I know that there were plenty of people in my suburban CT neighborhood who were uncomfortable with the idea of marriage equality until they met the m/m couple down the street and learned that item one on their "Gay Agenda" was getting rid of crabgrass.

March if that is what you choose to do, whatever. I agree that something "needs to change," I just think that that thing happens to be the public acceptance of same sex marriage and not the attendance at rallies and marches.


Hey we're all friends here.

Come on, people.

Vote, and let's enjoy this blog without the bad feelings. I think we're all good here. :)


Done.
I voted using Firefox, then went to Safari (which I almost never use) and voted again. That should count as two votes.

I'm rooting for them. I love weddings. They turn me into a sentimental old lady.


I must say, I never thought of Us Magazine (or any similar rag) as socially progressive, but I was pleasantly surprised to see a gay couple and several interracial couples among their contestants. And last I checked, the gays were in fifth place! Not bad for reading material primarily associated with supermarket checkout lines and one's time on the Stairmaster (ie, captive audiences).


Done!


From Germany : )


Absolutely with the lucky couple. Voted.


honesty.not.pc

Done! I hope they win. They look like a cute couple.

If they win you have to critique their wedding attire on this site ;P


Done! I also posted it on my Facebook. I hope it helps!


Done it. It's for a great cause! I hope they win and make me one of their guys of honor haha

On the other hand, go to this link (it's IMDB.com) and read what Miss Karl Lagerfield has just said about Heidi Klum and Seal... someone's gotten up on the wrong foot it seems... My goodness!


What a cute couple - I hope they win!


Done, bitches!


Done.

I'm a middle-aged, straight, married mom who is lucky enough to live in IOWA where ALL my friends and family have the right to marry the one they love regardless of gender.

C'mon, NY - if Iowa can do it...


Voted!

Also, I'm waiting for the day TLo shuts down comments all together like the Fug Girls did. There have been some seriously rude and bitchy comments in the past few weeks.


bitchybitchybitchy

Aren't they cute? I feel that we have every right as tax paying citizens to have the same rights as every other couple. This couple has more meaning to me as I know Matthew since he was a college student.
Isn't this part of the natural progression of life, family, education, mating?
Come out and stand up for equal rights!

xoxo.
Emmett


Absolutely, Emmett-your friend and his partner should have the same right that my husband and I did, to be legally married. They look like such sweethearts All the best to them!


Your wish is my command. (Since it only involved the drudgery of two mouse clicks--)


Hecho!


i VOTED! they look like such a cute couple, hope they win =D


yup, they just got a vote from portugal! (this almost sounds like the eurovision song contest....)


I just love that TLo has all these readers from Holland, Germany, Portugal...we are an international community : )


Voted (3x)! What kind of scam is that "Kelee" couple running to get 200,000+ votes?


you can vote more than once...


Done :)


Cast my vote, and passed the link on to the producers of this radio show.


"What about gay supportive straight friends that don't support gay marriage, but do support civil unions?"

If this was 1950, you'd be all about the White and Colored drinking fountains. Seperate but equal, right?


This is my first post here, although I read your blog all the time and love it! I voted! I hope they win!

Oh, and if it matters: I'm female and I'm straight and I am for equal rights and access for all. I'm mortified to have a Mormon father who voted yes here on Prop 8 here in Cali. Especially since he has befriended many of my gay friends over the years. I was speechless, but that's his church doing the thinking for him (he's a convert due to marriage due to his loneliness after my mom died).

I teach high school and I'm a sponsor of our gay/straight alliance club. I luvs my kids, no matter what their sexual orientation, and I think they all need a voice, just as we all need to be heard. :)

~ Zbird


Another straight biz just voted for the cute li'l queens. They just have to win!


Done!!!!!


:)

herdgirl72


I need a mate.

:0(


I voted! I voted!


Number of Votes: 20660
So far they are quite a bit behind... hope they win- cmon guys/gals!


Late to the game ... saw this on another site, but wasn't too won over to want to vote.

Gotta agree with Anonymous ...

picking Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes wedding as fav celebrity wedding almost cost them my vote. Groan! And sorry...almost losing your job isn't an obstacle.

However, I do love Emmett and I do love TLO, and since you decided to post it, I'll get over myself and vote.

Yea for Love (yea, whatever - I am an old jaded bitter cynic), more importantly, I do luv TLO, so I did it for the team, bitches.

Just sayin-


I voted for the guys, but even if they don't win, I'm heartened that the frontrunning couple said this:

Which celeb’s wedding is your favorite, and why?

"Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi; I think they are the two most beautiful women with such true, deep love for each other. You can see it in their eyes."


Hell yes! I'm so on it.

Good luck to them!!


Done. Let's hear it for the dream team! --Diane


Done! They sound very sweet. And Matthew wants to have the wedding at The Cloisters! Which is all kinds of fabulous. Hope they win.

And whoever said: "It's never lupus" -- House references should never go unacknowledged, so thanks for that!


When are they announcing the winner? I went to check how our little gay couple was doing and found that the vote totals are no longer visible... anybody know if they just decided to remove them? Or maybe that means the voting is over?


Done.

and LOVE you bitches! My husband is always asking me what I'm laughing out loud about :)

And I sent it to Perez Hilton, too--mebbe he'll feature it--then they'll win for sure!





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