Andy Cohen Officiated an Emotional Virtual Wedding in Honor of Pride Month
The host married the couple live on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and surprised them with a special musical guest.
Sunday's broadcast of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen was one for the books.
On Sunday, Cohen, 52, married the couple via video chat in the virtual clubhouse, with guests including Patti LaBelle, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Erika Jayne and The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kandi Burruss.
"I want to get started before we lose the venue. Oh wait, we're all at home," he quipped. "Well, let's get started anyway."
"Dearly beloved Watch What Happens Live fans, and people at home who haven't worn pants in three months," he continued. "We are gathered here tonight in front of Patti LaBelle ... to join this man, Justin, and this man, Robert, in virtual internet matrimony."
"So Justin, do you take Robert to be your lawfully wedded husband, to support him as fiercely as a woman who supports other women?" Cohen asked.
"I do," Justin replied.
"I do," Robert said.
In a touching moment, the couple exchanged personal vows, which brought tears to LaBelle's eyes. Then Cohen guided them through the ring exchange and declared them officially wed.
"By the powers vested in me, for some ungodly reason, I now pronounce you husbands," he said. "You may kiss each other!"
Later in the show, LaBelle, 76, even performed a snippet of her hit song "Love, Need and Want You" for the newlyweds.
According to E! News, Justin and Robert will receive wedding gifts from Cohen and partner The Real Real. The Real Real will also be donating a portion of their proceeds directly to the National Black Justice Coalition from purchases up until June 30.
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