Legendary rock singer Paul Rodgers married former Miss Canada, exercise physiologist and artist Cynthia Kereluk, in a surprise outdoor wedding ceremony on their 10th anniversary. The guests were invited to a garden party at their country home and were informed that the entertainment would begin at 7 p.m. — at which time it was announced by Paul that the guests were actually attending their wedding. So, under a rising moonlit sky of shooting stars, in Canada's Okanagan Valley, Rodgers and Kereluk exchanged vows before 70 of their closest friends and family. The most humorous moment occurred when Cynthia was asked do you take this man to be your husband and she responded with, "Absolutely!" and then added, "I do."
"There is magic on earth," said Paul.
Paul's debut solo DVD, "Live in Glasgow", is currently #3 on the U..S chart, #1 in Canada and #4 in the UK.The 13-camera DVD was filmed on October 13, 2006 at the Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow, Scotland during Rodgers' sold-out UK tour.
In October, Paul will be going into the studio with QUEEN's Brian May and Roger Taylor writing and recording new songs for a potential QUEEN + PAUL RODGERS album.
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