• Wed, Oct 31 2012

Miley Cyrus To Wed Liam Hemsworth In Three Separate Ceremonies (Does This Make Them The Worst?)

Latest word out of the Miley Cyrus camp has nothing to do with unusual haircuts or wearing a bra instead of a shirt. No, no, it’s the other attention udder that Cyrus is so fond of milking: her engagement to actor Liam Hemsworth. It involves their impending wedding… and it’s a whopper.

Apparently, in order to have the most dope/romantic social media event of the decade, Cyrus and Hemsworth will wed in three separate ceremonies. Not one. Not two. Three:

The two will wed in Los Angeles and then in Cyrus’s Tennessee hometown and then one more time in Hemsworth’s neck of the woods in Australia. The “Party in the U.S.A.” diva also plans to wear three different dresses for each ceremony.

Granted, planning and executing a wedding is only a true nightmare if you can’t pay a small army of planners and personal assistants to execute it for you–in this regard, it’s not so crazy that someone like Cyrus would want three ceremonies. She can spend what she wants and her responsibilities will likely amount to tasting different gluten-free cakes, going to Pilates and showing up for dress fittings (do you reckon she’s already called Marchesa?).

Still, we’re inclined to say this is the worst. This reaches Kardashian levels of narcissism and extravagance. This is the kind of insufferable vainglory exhibited only by those who throw themselves multiple birthday parties (sorry but true).

We kind of understand getting married in their respective hometowns–Nashville and Melbourne–but who’s the LA ceremony for? The paparazzi*?

It would seem the more sensible idea of having one destination wedding–buffered by a few lavish parties for friends/family who can’t make it–strikes some famous people as just too meager.

Though maybe we’re being harsh, which is why we have polls…

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*Yes

(Divine Caroline)

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  • Cee

    I’m sure she will be tweeting from walking down the aisle to the wedding night. It’s her day, y’aaall!
    Meh. I don’t understand the need to be gawked at by so many people (and so many times!) while you pretty much make out and say mushy crap to your significant other all day. Good for her if she needs this kind of stuff..I guess? Eloping is more my style.

  • Brittany

    I don’t get the idea of having a wedding in each of their respective hometowns when they are fabulously wealthy and could easily fly in both of their families for one big wedding. Isn’t the point of a wedding to bring two families together?

  • Katrina

    Wait! Does this also make my fiance and I the worst?
    We’re planning a City Hall ‘ceremony’ with our parents only, then we’re having two big receptions on each coast because our families are really spread out across the US and Canada. Everyone is invited to both – that seemed polite I guess? – but really I assume they’ll just come to the one that’s closest to their home to reduce travel costs.
    I figured since we’re not spending money on a church and a big froth-monster of a dress that we should have two parties to accomodate more of our friends and relatives who might not be able to afford the travel. Do we just seem selfish? The idea was to be able to celebrate with the people we love, not offend!

    • lalala

      No, because you’re not famous and doing it for attention. These people can easily fly all of their relatives out, it would probably less expensive.

    • Tara

      I really hope youre not the worst because thats what my fiance and I are doing as well

  • lalala

    She’s sooo young I find it so strange that she’s getting married. How can she even think about being with him forever? I just don’t get it. I’m OLDER than her and I can’t fathom being with a guy forever right now. Maybe I’m cynical but I think it’s really naive. Also, annoying that we’re going to have to deal with media bombarding us with pictures from 3 weddings…