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Karamo Brown Wants The Biggest & Gayest Wedding In Hollywood

ABC News

It looks like Karamo Brown has the queer-eye for the wedding crown!

In a recent statement with People, Brown stated:

 “I was just at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party and I saw Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra and, literally, I’m not joking, I wanted to run up to them and be like, ‘You don’t know me but, you’re the competition in my head.”

In his words, Brown says that he wants his cape to rival that of Chopra’s breathtaking veil.

“I’m going to try to get as close to that,” he said. “They’re obviously way more rich, more money than me. But that train she had, I’m designing my situation right now. Trust, my cape is going to be almost as long.”

Brown who is engaged to Ian Jordan has been mentioning some premature wedding jitters, or I should say heart palpitations. Apparently, the “Queer Eye” star has shared the news that his future husband has already been to the emergency room twice! The reason? Panic attacks! Brown clearly wants a lavish and lux wedding, but maybe the crown can settle for a healthy life partner!

Don’t believe me? Peep the full sit-down here!

What do you all believe? Can Karamo and Ian beat out Nick Jones and Priyanka Chopra’s wedding? Please drop a comment below and for more LGBTQ and breaking news, keep it locked to!

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