People magazine reports that FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl, 34, and former MTV producer Jordyn Blum (photo), 27, wed at their Los Angeles home Aug. 2. Hundreds of guests, including label honcho Clive Davis and Grohl's former NIRVANA bandmate Krist Novoselic attended the nuptials. It is the first marriage for Blum, the second for Grohl, who was divorced from photographer Jennifer Youngblood in 1997.
Grohl, who has had some high-profile partners, including rock star magnet Winona Ryder and former SMASHING PUMPKINS/HOLE bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur, recently told WENN that he fell for Jordyn after meeting in a Hollywood bar, but when she gave him her number, she also scribbled down an odd message. He said, "She left me her number and she wrote, 'Jordyn, your future ex-wife.'" Grohl had been dating Blum for two years, and still couldn't believe he was marrying her. "She's the biggest fox in the world, the most gorgeous girl I've ever seen," he gushed. "I didn't think she'd be into me at all — I'm like the funny dude you don't necessarily want to sleep with."
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