Actor Cheyenne Jackson to Marry Jason Landau

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Actor Cheyenne Jackson will marry his boyfriend Jason Landau six months after divorcing his husband of 13 years Monte Lapka, Us Weekly reports:

"They've already begun planning the wedding!" the insider says of the happy couple, who went public with their romance in October 2013, and then attended the 2013 amfAR Inspiration Gala together in December. (More recently, they hit up the Kari Feinstein Style Lounge at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.)

This will be Jackson's second marriage. He and Lapka married in New York in September 2011 after 11 years together; they announced in August that they had "mutually decided to divorce."

Comments

  1. Geoff says

    Toothsome? I was so startled by seeing that many teeth coming at me so early in the morning – I dropped my coffee seriously close to the cat. Haven’t seen him since.

  2. Bestcomments says

    They are not married yet, they are supposed to be engaged and no wedding date announced either. Which reminds me that this is coming from a “source” so not confirmed yet. And also isn’t the fact that he was in a relationship for 13 years say something good about him? that he is used to being in long term relationships? is that worse than the alternative of slutting around?

  3. Dback says

    I’ve seen rebound relationships–hell, I’ve been in at least one–but this is to induce whiplash. You get out a 13-year relationship, and six months later you’re ready to marry again?!!? Cheyenne. Baby. Hunk-o-rama. Talent that you are. Please take a few months in therapy before doing anything rash.

  4. FFS says

    2 marriages in 3 years? Congratulations, Cheyenne. You’re officially the Britney Spears of the gay community.

    I wonder how many tubes of toothpaste they burn through in a week?

  5. DrunkEnough says

    Good. Maybe Cheyenne will finally cool it with the Instagram photos that are obsessed with babbling on and on how much he loves this guy. It’s like he has something to prove to the public or something.

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