Who is corey feldman dating
Susie Feldman (birth name Susannah Sprague; born June 7, 1982) is a former participant in the celeb-reality television series The Two Coreys and the former wife of Corey Feldman.
Corey and his 27-year-old bride said "I do" inside Fizz Lounge Las Vegas at Caesars Palace, after celebrating their joint bachelor/bachelorette party at Paris Las Vegas' Chateau Nightclub over the weekend. wedding dress with gold embroidery that showed off her tight stomach thanks to a sheer panel over her tummy. The couple was surrounded by family and close friends at the secret, intimate event.He reportedly proposed with a hand-written note reading "Will you marry me?" above a box for "Yes" and one for "No." Feldman previously revealed the two were never gung-ho about getting hitched, but Donald Trump's election victory changed their minds.Though Corey Feldman has reportedly been dating Courtney Anne for years, it was only in recent months that the two started making headlines due to a pair of bizarre performances by their band, Corey's Angels, on .
Two months ago, Feldman and Anne, along with a couple of other women dressed in angel costumes, performed their new song "Go 4 It" on the morning talk show, and it was quickly met with critical derision online.
, backed by an all-female band wearing furry halos and angel wings. A lot of stress right now in my life, but, you know, trying to do right, keep myself composed and figure my navigation through it all. Oh my Lord, have you not heard everything going on? 1 trending topic on Facebook, Yahoo, Twitter, all over the world for the last week? I don't think I could have ever dreamt in my wildest dreams that we would have that kind of a reception. I tweeted her back right after I saw it, and said, "Hey, thank you so much." And, you know, the thing that I notice is the common thread among those who have been supporting us — Kesha, Pink — is that these are all people who have gone through the same adversity at the beginning of their careers, and, you know, somehow managed to survive and come out the other side and keep control of it all. I mean, unfortunately, that's the game, you know? And to me, that was just normal, because it was family, and that was the way that I viewed it, you know? You're not really giving me an opportunity to explain it.