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06/23/2005

Our dream of Ann Curry as flower girl now closer to reality

by Jeremy Hooper

   NBC's "Today" show has announced that they have revised the rules for their "Today Throws a Hometown Wedding" contest, and will now allow engaged gay and lesbian couples to enter the contest. However, the declaration, "I now pronounce you ratings stunts," will remain gender neutral.

NBC's Today Decides to Accept Submissions from Same-sex Couples for Hometown Wedding Series [GLAAD Press Release]
('Today Throws a Hometown Drag Show' image via Gawker)

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