JANE'S ADDICTION guitarist Dave Navarro continues to make plans to marry Carmen Electra in November, but he's not really involved too much in the details, the Associated Press reports.Navarro and his bride-to-be hired a wedding planner, so he could watch reality television instead, Dave said. As far as the wedding being filmed for a reality TV show, Navarro said they've been approached about it, and he really doesn't want to hire a videographer. "We don't want to miss the moment of the wedding so we're on the fence about it," Navarro told AP Radio. Paparazzis also don't bother him either, Navarro claims, because it's just part of this professional. "Just deal with it," he said. "We're blessed. We're doing what we want to do and to cop an attitude over something that is a by-product of what we do is kind of ridiculous." Navarro said he knew from the first moment he met Electra that he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her. "No lie," he said.
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