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'Gotham' Star Chris Chalk Marries Kimberley Dalton Mitchell
'Gotham' and '12 Years a Slave' actor Chris Chalk married Kimberley Dalton Mitchell in a romantic wedding ceremony in North Carolina on Saturday, April 22 — photos

Congratulations! Gotham star Chris Chalk married his fiancée, Kimberley Dalton Mitchell, in a romantic wedding ceremony on Saturday, April 22, the newlyweds confirm exclusively to Us Weekly.

The happy couple, who got engaged last September, exchanged vows in front of their closest friends and family members at the North Carolina Arboretum in Chalk’s hometown of Asheville, North Carolina. The groom looked dapper in a white suit jacket, a white button-down shirt, a white bow tie and black pants, while his bride stunned in a lace gown and wore Jennifer Behr circlets in her hair.

Underground star Alano Miller and She’s Gotta Have It actress DeWanda Wise, who first introduced the duo, served as the best man and maid of honor, respectively.

Chalk, Mitchell and their 135 guests headed to the reception at Grand Bohemian Hotel in Asheville via traditional yellow school buses. “I think there’s something about a school bus that immediately humbles you. It’s fun,” Chalk tells Us. Mitchell adds, “We didn’t want people driving up the mountain after [drinking champagne at the ceremony].”

For the wedding, the newlyweds asked their guests to dress their sexiest. “Our actual instruction was, ‘Dress how you would dress if you knew you were going to make out with somebody that night,’” the 12 Years a Slave actor tells Us, quipping that he and Mitchell “had to dial it back for some people.”

During the reception, the pair and their friends danced to a mix of their favorite '90s R&B songs and today’s biggest hits. “We told our DJ, 'Pretend you’re DJ-ing for the club,’” Mitchell says. “That’s what we want. Just trying to throw the ultimate dance party.”

As for the food? Guests enjoyed shrimp and grits, duck confit, salmon, steak and a waffle and bacon bar, among other delicious treats.


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Get out your high-waisted sweats and turn on your UE MEGABOOM as Miranda Sings brings you a new dance, feat yours truly!

ultimate dance party mix – kick off your shoes, turn down the lights, sing into your hairbrush : the ultimate dance mix to get you going

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In this episode of LORD THROCKMORTON FUNGUSLEAVES ULTIMATE DANCE PARTY AND VIDEO REVIEWS,  Lord Throckmorton Fungusleaves and Wilford Fungus discuss Bryan Cranston’s (BREAKING BAD) Preparation H Commercial, and overcoming inflamed hemorrhoidal tissue to achieve super stardom.


This song is the blood that fills my veins right now.


Katy Perry vs. Taylor Swift Celebrity Feud (and Kanye West Grammy Recap)

Every woman may be crazy about a shark dressed man…

But Taylor Swift and Katy Perry are not exactly crazy about each other!

Throw into the mix Kanye West’s rushing of the stage at the Grammys…

and you have one of the best ever episodes of LORD THROCKMORTON FUNGUSLEAVES ULTIMATE DANCE PARTY ever!


Sam Pepper - “Fake Hand Ass Pinch Prank” (REACTION by Lord Throckmorton Fungusleaves)

In this emergency episode of LORD THROCKMORTON FUNGUSLEAVES ULTIMATE DANCE PARTY AND EXCITING CHANNEL REVIEWS, Lord Fungusleaves reacts to Sam Pepper and Sam Pepper’s controversial video “Fake Hand Ass Pinch Prank.”

Also discussed… is Sam Pepper the evil twin of legendary Australian actor Yahoo Serious?


SANDWICHING PEOPLE - Cameron Dallas + Nash Grier & THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID - The Janoskians REVIEW

In this explosive new episode of LORD THROCKMORTON FUNGUSLEAVES ULTIMATE DANCE PARTY AND EXCITING CHANNEL REVIEWS, the dignified Lord Throckmorton Fungusleaves and a panel of highly esteemed experts (Wilford Fungus the host of “Wilford Fungus for America” and Gossip Goat, the host of “Gossip Goat Strikes Back”) discuss the new hit videos “Sandwiching People | Cameron Dallas”  and “The Janoskians - That’s What She Said.”  If that weren’t enough entertainment for you, legendary sports broadcaster Jake Brickhead joins the discussion at the end of the video.