MARILYN MANSON has told the U.K.'s Mirror.co.uk that he disapproved of the scruffy tracksuit Britney Spears wore for her controversial marriage to Kevin Federline.
"I found that really terrible," he said, "Ultimately, I suppose it's whatever makes you happy.
"But I do have an old-fashioned sense of tradition — although it's not always what everyone might find conventional. If you're going to do something like getting married, it should have a sense of celebration to it. It should be grand — it doesn't have to be in tracksuits!"
Manson said that he is ready to walk down the aisle with 33-year-old Playboy beauty and stripper Dita Von Teese, a model who loves to show off her 16in waist in PVC corsets. "We were thinking about doing it in Europe," said the happy groom-to-be. "We don't want to invite anyone from America.
"A friend of mine is an artist and has a castle in Germany so we're thinking about that, too."
Manson is no bed-hopping rock star. "I totally believe in monogamy with the right person," he said.
"I do want lots of kids, too, but not any time soon. Ultimately, that's how you make yourself immortal — by passing down your ideas and values to your children.
"But I don't have the time right now... and I think pregnancy would cause problems with Dita's corsets!"
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