Funny, because he had come out against marriage at one point. Glad to see he revisited the idea.
In the video at R3, it looks like Scott's gotten some unfortunate face work. He'll be in Barry Manilowland within five years.
And I wonder how many Grindr whores will be joining the happy couple on their wedding night.
His partner is cute.
Congrats to them. Yes John Barrowman can be a little much sometimes but he is a talented openly gay actor who deserves WAY more credit and attention than he gets on this board. I have a lot of respect for him.
Guests at the dinner will get a little bundle of Truvada instead of the traditional wedding almonds.
They look like they could be brothers.
Sorry, it had to be said.
The bloom has long been off that rose. Did he have any other options?
Is he the first CA-based celebrity to actually go through with a marriage?
r12, the bloom will never be off "that rose." The Barrowmans are my ideal gay couple. I love them both.
I;m always more impressed with his partner.
My 'ideal couple' is not some pampered celebrity who's not even monogamous. It's the folks in California who fought to save their marriages.
An open relationship within a marriage is natural. Monogamy is for people who buy into the religious "til death do us part" rules.
Mia started another thread on this topid today...as Mia often does.
Conclusively define 'nature', R17. Also, state your credentials for making such a claim.
r16 I have no problem with your heartfelt reasoning. I, r14, continue to love John Barrowman and spouse and request your tolerance.
I'm wishing them great happiness together.
Which one is the pitcher and which is the catcher?
JB not so subtly hinted in an interview that Scott was the top in the relationship (and had the bigger cock).
It must be immense, R23, as one of the first things I ever read about JB is that his is yoodge.
JB must be preggers.
Well no tacky tuxes but seriously, they just look like they rolled out of bed after a bender and pulled t-shirts out of the dirty clothes hamper.
They had a big formal traditional wedding-style ceremony and reception a few years ago, when they had their civil partnership ceremony in the UK. So they probably feel they've already done that and don't need to do the whole tuxes and corsages thing again.
Though I think Barrowman wore a traditional Scottish wedding outfit with a kilt, rather than a tux.