Corey Feldman married his fiancee Courtney Anne in Las Vegas on Tuesday. The couple said ‘I do’ at Sir Elton John’s Fizz champagne lounge at Caesars Palace. Feldman spoke about the wedding to Courtney Anne (who is a band member of his group Corey’s angels) saying he was “very excited and happy.” He also tweeted, “C…..I told U all 2Day would b a special 1!”
Feldman, 45, and Anne, 27, only recently celebrated their engagement on Saturday with a joint bachelor and bachelorette party in Vegas.
The actor admitted that his decision to propose to his girlfriend in Palm Springs earlier this month was sped up somewhat after Donald Trump was elected president. Feldman said he had concerns his Canadian born fiancee may have been deported.
Speaking on how the marriage would impact his 12 year old son Zen, (above) Feldman had this to say: “My son Zen and Courtney have a great relationship and they love each other very much,” he told ET. “His mother Susie got remarried 2 years ago, so I think this was an expected and natural progression for him. So when I asked him if he would be happy about it, his answer was ‘it’s about time.’ That was good enough for us!”
“She was surprised because we had both been so anti-marriage since we met,” Feldman continued. “But seeing as she’s Canadian and with Donald Trump coming in, we didn’t want to risk being separated by new immigration laws.”
Congratulations to the happy couple!
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