May they live together long and happy!!

Wedding at Halifax musical showcase
HALIFAX (CP) – Renegade fiddler Ashley MacIsaac is a married man.
MacIsaac married Andrew Stokes on stage at the Cape Breton Rocks showcase of the East Coast Music Awards.
A spokesperson for the awards show confirmed today that the wedding took place at a Halifax hotel.
MacIsaac and Stokes were pictured on the front-page of the Halifax Daily News today kissing before the wedding took place sometime after midnight.
After breaking onto the musical scene in the 1990s with his own unique brand of hard-driving Celtic punk music, MacIsaac has made headlines recently for more than just his music.
MacIsaac, who was born in Nova Scotia but now lives in Toronto, considered running for the leadership of the federal Liberal party last year.
The 31-year-old has also staged stunts in the past by calling up media outlets to offer news tips about his life, including telling a Calgary newspaper in 2004 that he planned to have a gay wedding in Alberta.
The wedding never took place.
MacIsaac was scheduled to perform at Sunday night’s ECMA awards in Halifax in a tribute to Nova Scotia musicians John Allan Cameron and Dutch Mason, who died last year.