Remember Kayte Walsh, the lady that Kelsey Grammer probably cheated on his wife with, knocked up with a Frasier baby, and then she miscarried? Yeah, they got married last night. Isn’t that sweet?
Here are the wedding details, if you’re into that sort of thing:
Grammer, 55, and Walsh, 29, exchanged vows during an afternoon ceremony at the Longacre Theater in New York City, where the five-time Emmy Award-winner recently starred in the Tony-winning revival of the musical La Cage aux Folles.
Following the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests headed to the reception at the Plaza Hotel, where celebrity event designer Ed Libby transformed the Grand Ballroom into a mix of Hollywood glamour and uptown sophistication, with hundreds of candles, lavish floral arrangements of blush pink and white roses and tulips and a long, regal table where the newlyweds were seated.
The four-course dinner menu accommodated the vegetarian bride and also included king oyster mushroom carpaccio, wild mushroom risotto, grilled filet mignon with blue potato gratin and bittersweet chocolate tart.
The celebration is scheduled to go late into the night at the Plaza, where Libby planned to transform the ballroom into a stylish club with gold lounge furniture, cocktail tables, a dance floor – and a buffet to include braised beef short ribs, poached shrimp and a wedding cake by Sylvia Weinstock.
Ugh, doesn’t that all sound divine? I could definitely use a fancy wedding of a couple that will last five years, tops, right about now. There’s nothing like pretending a love will last while wearing a nice dress and nibbling on a nice tart, am I right?
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Yep. That’s what Kelsey was probably doing last night. Nibbling on a tart. I’m not so sure it is a nice one, though.
Oyster? If you’re a vegetarian you don’t eat ANY kind of animal. She may be a pescetarian, but most definitely she is not a vegetarian.
If you read the rest of the sentence, it also said they served filet mignon. I think what it meant was that these items were served although the menu also catered to her being a vegetarian. But really would it bother you THAT much if she ate an oyster and still called herself a vegetarian?
It’s just that I happen to know a vegetarian who attacked everyone who eats meat, telling them they were murderers, and then turned out she eats fish. It wouldn’t bother me as much hadn’t I been called a murdered by someone who eats animals herself!
I’m pretty sure that if you read over that paragraph again,you’ll realize that it means that there were vegetarian options AS WELL AS options for non-vegitarians, such as oysters and filet mignon… before you attack the posters’ intelligence..
I didn’t insult or attack anyone’s intelligence, I just happened to misread a sentence.
Congrats to Kelsey and prototype #4 !! boooya!