No need to get all dressed up and leave your house to witness wedded bliss, because on December 15 you can just sit on your couch in your pj's and purchase a Pay-Per-View wedding.
White House party crasher and former real housewife of D.C., Michaele Salahi, and her fiance, Journey guitarist Neal Schon, shall be broadcasting their December nuptials, and all it will cost their fans is $14.95.
The pair will enter into holy matrimony at the Palace of the Fine Arts in San Francisco. The ceremony is titled “Neal & Michaele: The Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event,” will be hosted by former The View co-host Debbie Matenopoulos and former “All My Children” star Cameron Mathison, and will feature a performance by Journey.
Schon also plans to perform a new song, “The Triumph of Love,” and he said, “Anybody that’s seen us, or watched us go through what we’ve been through in the last two years, knows that’s truly what it is.”
Some of the proceeds from the purchase of the world's first Pay-Per-View wedding will go to benefit typhoon relief in the Philippines, which is the home country of Journey lead singer Arnel Pineda.
Not too many people like this pay-per-view wedding idea.
— April Masini (@AskAprilcom) November 27, 2013
— Teri (@Teri423) November 26, 2013
And one guy has figured out a way to be a wedding crasher.
— Tom Fitzgerald (@tomfitzDC) November 26, 2013
After Salahi left her first husband, Tareq Salahi, in 2011 she reunited with Schon, whom she had known for 18 years. The pair then got engaged in October 2012 on stage during a concert in Baltimore. Schon himself has previously been married four times.
So, if you're bored or looking for something new to do on your Sunday Funday, get yourself some tissues (if you're an emotional person) and maybe some cake and watch these two lovebirds get hitched on December 15.