Not sure, but Tamron Hall and Sam Champion were in attendance.
Between the two of them, they have six first names.
R3. Good observation.
They've probably discussed that very fact regarding all of their names...although notably with only one "i" among all the letters of their names to dot with a pretty heart.
Guests included: MSNBC president Phil Griffin, executive editor Yvette Miley, VP Elena Nachmanoff and anchors Tamron Hall and Chris Jansing were there, as were CNNers Don Lemon, Sara Sidner, Holly Firfer and Asieh Namdar. Other guests included “Good Morning America”‘s Sam Champion, former talk show host Nate Berkus, reality host Carson Kressley, former MSNBC anchor Contessa Brewer and Roberts’ agent, Rick Ramage.
California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom officiating
What kind of gift did Anderson Cooper send with his regrets?
Looks kind of tacky. The Gansevoort? Seedy nighttime wedding. Did they hand out favors?
Yeah, NYC rooftop evening wedding.
A nighttime wedding is tacky? What decade are you living in r8? That's been a big "society" thing for years now.
as usual, jealous DLers piss on another positive gay role model. You know, a hot guy living his life honestly, in the public eye.
A nighttime wedding at a country estate is one thing, a nighttime wedding in the meatpacking district is another. Tacky. The tables were probably mirror-topped.
[quote]Guests included...former MSNBC anchor Contessa Brewer
That's rather ironic seeing that Contessa Brewer's contract not being renewed by MSNBC made way for Thomas Roberts to become a weekday news host at MSNBC during the 11 a.m. hour (Eastern Time).
Anderson Cooper was one of the bridesmaids.
Anderson was the Matron of Honor. He's not married, but nobody would buy a Vanderbilt as a MAID.
It was at the Gansevoort Park, which is not in the Meatpacking District but in the trendy Flatiron District - it's also really close to where Thomas and Patrick live.