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12/06/2005

Fit for a queen: Elton to seal deal at royal venue

by Jeremy Hooper

   Elton John announced yesterday that when he gets "civil partnered" to David Furnish on December 21, the ceremony will be held at the Guildhall, Windsor, the same place where Prince Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles.

Relatedly, we'd like to announce that if and when we are allowed to walk down an aisle, our less money than God-possessing selves will likely be gettin' hitched at Shecky Lanes, where town hussy Camille A. Parker bowls.

Who needs a fancy-schmancy royal hall when you've got skunk beer, rented shoes, and buffalo wings? Mmm, buffalo wings.

Elton John to ‘wed’ partner at royal site [Reuters via MSNBC]

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