MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist and songwriter Nikki Sixx is tying the knot with fiancée Courtney Bingham this weekend (March 15), and she invited ETonline.com along to her fitting at her aunt's Northern California bridal boutique. Watch the video at ETonline.com to see Courtney's design ideas for her stunning dress.Asked if the couple have decided on the theme for their wedding, Bingham told PopStop TV last fall: "It's gonna be traditional. It's gonna be in town. But I'm very inspired by everything Parisian. So that's kind of not super theme-y. But that's the idea." Bingham celebrated her 27th birthday by performing a striptease to the MÖTLEY CRÜE song "Girls, Girls, Girls" during the band's September 6, 2012 concert at DTE Energy Music Theater in Clarkson, Michigan. Sixx and Bingham have been dating since 2010, shortly after the breakup of his relationship with tattoo artist Kat Von D. Sixx, 55, has been married twice, to Playboy Playmate Brandi Brandt and actress Donna D'Errico, and has five children.
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