According to People.com, SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor married Stephanie Luby this past Friday (November 13) at Las Vegas's Palms Hotel, where the wedding party walked down the aisle to METALLICA's "For Whom The Bell Tolls". 350 wedding guests packed the hotel's Pearl Concert Theater, including SUGAR RAY's Mark McGrath, as well as CAMP FREDDY's Dave Navarro and Billy Morrison, who acted as the minister. The rockers then all took the stage, and even the groom joined in on three songs.This is Taylor's second marriage. Taylor, 35, has two children: A daughter named Angie, born in 1992, and a son named Griffin, born in 2002, whom he had with his first wife, Scarlett. Taylor divorced Scarlett — whom he married on March 11, 2004 in a small ceremony at the Botanical center in Des Moines, Iowa — in early 2007. In the November 2008 issue of Revolver magazine, he is quoted as saying, "After I got sober, I realized my relationship wasn't right for me. My wife and I had damaged each other too much." Video footage of Corey and Stephanie Luby during a recent appearance on the nationally syndicated "Loveline" radio show with hosts Stryker and Dr. Drew Pinsky can be viewed below.
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