, reality show TV stars who met on the set of VH1's "Surreal Life" show, have decided to take a starring role in life together, as the two reportedly wed in a Gothic style wedding on Saturday.
The Illinois wedding between former Brady child star all-grown-up to major hunk, Christoher Knight, and his co-star, sexy brunette Adrianne Curry, enjoyed the company of more that 250 guests at their Illinois wedding.
Curry, 23, won the title of "America's Next Top Model" in the first show, and her new husband, Knight, 48, originally started out on "The Brady Bunch."
Posted by: Nanc' at May 30, 2006 07:32 AM (Ailrt)
I know...I sometimes leave those in there just to make people laugh. The original article also misspelled "Illinois." I corrected that. Ha.
Posted by: Lawren at May 30, 2006 07:36 AM (Z93ge)
Yes, but can you correct the way about 98% of people say Illinois?
Posted by: M@ at May 30, 2006 08:37 AM (f2jsN)
Posted by: Hutch at May 30, 2006 03:31 PM (KjM+A)
I don't think Chris really wants to get married at all. There's too many years between them, IMO. I hope either one realizes before it's too late. But it makes for a good show, I suppose...
Posted by: jj at May 30, 2006 07:08 PM (Ffvoi)
gah, adrianne is an embarrassment here in the southwest of chicago. i think her family is the only one that can live so close to one of the biggest cities in the world and act like they're from the deep south.
Posted by: mk at May 30, 2006 09:20 PM (FSeIR)
Love Love the both of them and I wish them the best hottest Brady and shes not so baaaaad either . Obessed in the south. I have watched them from day 1 and I never miss them on Vh1
Posted by: pahiggy at May 31, 2006 09:18 AM (0Yr25)
I love Chris, but god does that Adrianne get on my NERVES! She really needs to grow up or this marriage wont last!
Posted by: Ms. Yaya at May 31, 2006 10:44 AM (Ffvoi)
Not all people in the deep South act the way Adrianne's family does. Granted, the deep South has too many of these eyesore families but it's not 100% accurate to generalize the deep South as white trash like Adrianne and family. People not from the south act as if they are immune from white trash.
Posted by: Irritated at May 31, 2006 01:26 PM (Gdp/f)
THE DEEP SOUTH J.J.?? Not all people in the Deep South
act like white trash. That happens all over the United States. The people I have met from "up north" have been more trash than treasure. They have the most filthy mouths and no manners to speak of, so the next time you want to say someone is trash just say it and don't make any geographical statements. Those kind of people are everywhere.
Posted by: Susie from the Deep South at June 01, 2006 09:01 AM (wZLWV)
Thank you Susie, I agree, I just returned from a trip "up north" with my sister and it was the most upsetting trip I have ever been on, growing up in the south we were taught manners and to do unto others, you know, THE GOLDEN RULE but I recieved none of that up there, all I was greeted with was rudeness and horrible road rage.
Posted by: Dana at June 01, 2006 09:09 AM (Ffvoi)
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