Our memory must be failing, because we forgot to mention the New York Daily News‘ rundown on NJ gay “marriage”. Good thing those gay loving Gawkers posted on it earlier today, pointing out that a particularly queer couple, Christopher Dean & Keith Denick, have perpetuated years of stereotypes by singing their vows and vowing to have a “fabulous” reception. Despite the fag’s best efforts to have the gayest wedding in town, the article’s lesbian subjects, Elena Cardona & Liz Quinones, seem to have out-fagged them. The article describes their musical selections:
Elena will walk down the aisle to Bette Midler’s “Wind Beneath My Wings.” “I cry every time I hear it because the words are so touching,” says Liz. The first dance is to Shania Twain’s “From This Moment.” Elena’s Mother and Daughter dance is to Celine Dion’s “Because You Love Me.”
Sure, the tracks may be a bit dated, but they’re certainly gay classic. If we didn’t know better, we’d say the ladies do it in the what what.