Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon 'shut down' Disneyland to renew nuptials

ANI
2 May 2013

New York, May 2 (ANI): Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon renewed their wedding vows for the fifth time and shut down all of Disneyland to do it.

The couple, who renewed their fourth nuptials at the top of the Eiffel Tower in 2012, walked down the aisle in a fairy tale rite at the theme park and invited Entertainment Tonight to capture it all.

The 'Obsessed' singer wore a beautiful corseted wedding gown with a dramatic train and adorned her head with a diamond tiara, the New York Post reported.

The princess bride also arrived in a Cinderella-style pumpkin carriage to meet her 32-year-old husband.

The pair held on to their twins, Moroccan and Monroe, who were dressed as a little prince and princess, while proceeding towards the alter.

According to ET, the function, which was attended by more than 250 guests, was decorated with 15,000 flowers that were imported from South Africa, Holland and France and 10,000 crystals.

Carey, 43, Instagramed and Vined her entire wedding anniversary.

At one point, the mum-of-two hinted in a Twitter hashtag that the gala was quite extravagant.

"Slowly making our way to the freezing cold guests #donthatemebecauseima[diva] #cinderella," she tweeted. (ANI)

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