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The rehearsal dinner took place at the Wynn on May 15th, while there was a pre-wedding brunch held at the South Point Hotel and Casino on the morning of the 16th.
The couple, both of whom are presumably wealthier than you or I will ever be, had a wedding registry at Westelm.com, where they registered for the “Belgian Linen Duvet Cover, King, Pink Champagne” for 9 and the “European Down Duvet Cover Insert, King” for 9.
Too Fab: Is it hard dating someone in the same industry or do you think it makes it easier? They understand everything you go through on a day to day basis.
I have been walking around with my shirt off since.
I was apologizing to her that I was walking around the hallway with my shirt off.
John-Paul Lavoisier and Farah Fath are two soap stars going the reality TV route in the new series "Dirty Soap."Too Fab sat down with the "One Life to Live" costars and real-life couple John-Paul Lavoisier and Farah Fath to dish on their new careers and new life together, all while being filmed. John-Paul: We met in the hallway at "One Life to Live" and my shirt was off.
Farah jokes that her childhood gave hints that she was destined to be a soap opera actress.
When she was eight years-old, her babysitter wouldn’t let her play outside or go anywhere between 1 and 2 p.m.
Too Fab: What's the weirdest soap storyline you've been in.
John-Paul: Right now, Farah plays a character Gigi that died a few months ago. After five days I got a phone call and it was a gardener from the neighborhood who told me he had my dog. He saw the reward posters and said he would promise to bring him to me.
I've been seeing her ghost everywhere, chasing her outside and in cemeteries. He brought me the dog and I handed him a check for cash. Too Fab: My character Gigi, although presumed dead, was very loyal to her man and so am I. Also, my character loves video games which I also hate, so its pure acting when I have to talk about that stuff. She was such a little Suzy homemaker and a goody- two-shoes and Little Miss Perfect.
If that happened to me in real life I would probably be committed or something! He wasn’t a legal citizen so he couldn’t cash the check, so not only did I get my dog back, but he also couldn’t cash the check John-Paul: Apparently it was a scam going on in the neighborhood that service people were stealing dogs when the owners were away to collect ransom. Too Fab: How are you different from your characteres John-Paul: On the show we have a 15-year-old kid and I don’t have kids or ever want kids. I have never claimed to be perfect; I like myself, I’m sarcastic, witty, and my character was just more straight-laced.
Farah: My weirdest storyline was when we time traveled, and went back into time to 1968 and got stuck there. Too Fab: What’s happened in each of your lives that would make a great soap opera? My character is hugely into sports so I'm constantly having to talk sports with my son on the show. Too Fab: What are the differences between being on a reality TV show and a soap opera?