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Avenue Q Celebrates Its First Gay Marriage

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Along with hundreds of other couples, Broadway's Avenue Q celebrated it's first gay marriage in NYC too!

The Tony Award-winning musical is home to puppets, Ricky and Rod, who joined along in the joyous NYC marriage festivities.

Watch their ceremony here!

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9 comments to “Avenue Q Celebrates Its First Gay Marriage”



  1. 1

    It's Nicky, not Ricky



  2. 2

    Even the gays cant bear to marry another of the same sex. They need to hide behind puppets and pretend to kiss. Reality check people. Puppets do not count.



  3. 3

    Re: squinoa – it is Ricky actually… Nicky finds his gay lookalike as a boyfriend for Rod at the end of the show!



  4. 4

    This is stupid



  5. 5

    I dare you to find a story about a gay couple getting married in some where other then NYC. That will be easy b/c there are 3 other cites in new york state.



  6. 6

    Gay puppets getting married? well that about summerizes everyones (including gays) attitude to gay marriage. And you wonder why str8's look on in bewildered disgust?!?!?!?



  7. 7

    Because nothing says "change" like puppets mocking it? Please.



  8. 8

    Gay marriage is so wrong……can't wait to see what consequences come from this decision.



  9. 9

    Trying to work out if you're all trolls, or just homophobic morons… this was a bit of fun and I loved watching the streams. I think it's great to have something as recognisable as Avenue Q getting in on the action… and grats to the gays of NY!!! If only they'd bring that in in Australia.

    To the idiot complaining about hiding behind puppets, go SEE an actual production of Avenue Q. Just because the CHARACTERS are gay, doesn't mean the actors are. Dipshit.