Bucketfuls of congratulations to you both!!
One of our FAVE musicians Rufus Wainwright married his longtime theater-producing beau Jorn Weisbrodt Thursday in Montauk, N.Y.!
It seems the two dashing gents exchanged vows surrounded by a myriad of high-profile folk including Yoko Ono, Carrie Fisher, Lou Reed, Laurie Anderson, Julianne Moore and Mark Ronson, among others, and the reception was held at the Clam Bar in Napeague.
Guests reportedly enjoyed
How do you spell crazy sexy hot?
Helena Bonham Carter and Rufus Wainwright, that's how!
Rufus Wainwright's soon-to-be-hit-track, Out of the Game, which was produced by Mark Ronson, is making the rounds right now and today, the video dropped for the single … and it dropped HARD!
Yo! Hipsters! Time to get into the holiday spirit!
We kid, we kid! Everyone loves themselves some Rufus Wainwright, and we know it. And if you don't, it might be time to think about becoming a fan.
Watch here as he strips down a holiday classic back to it's French roots with, coincidentally, The Roots! (above)
Here is Minuit Chrétiens, which most of you know as O Holy Night.
Remember when Scarlett Johansson recorded a song for the Serge Gainsbourg tribute album?
Most of you didn't like her singing, but we're pretty sure you're gonna like this one.
It's Johnny Depp! And his longtime girlfriend/baby-momma Vanessa Paradis.
The duo went to the recording studio to sing Ballade de Melody Nelson in Serge's honor.
Mmm, sultry goodness! We're swirling around in a giant champagne glass right now.
Johnny and Vanessa join Scarlett, Rufus Wainwright, and Iggy Pop on the album.
U gotta give it a listen. Play it!!
This is clever, inspirational, and HIGHlarious all at once!
This weekend, at the Occupy Wall Street Protests in New York, Rufus Wainwright and Sean Lennon teamed up to perform a live rendition of the Madonna classic Material Girl in support of the movement!
Check it out (above)!
We're actually a little touched to see them both taking part in this, especially because of their fathers and what their music meant and inspired to the youth of the nation back in the '60s and '70s!
Very, very cool!
The times are changing, people!