Penn Badgley Gets Married With Wife Domino Kirke Again! Can We Ask Why?
They are married, again!
"Gossip Girl" star Penn Badgley ties the knot again with his already wife, singer Domino Kirke.
The happy occasion took place this Saturday during an outdoor ceremony at Lake Waccabuc, NY, in a large white tent.
The artist shared the news via her Instagram account with an adorable and unique caption.
Pals Debra Messing, Zac Posen and Mariska Hargitay, were among the many in attendance.
Firstly, back in February this year, they married one another in Brooklyn courthouse. Their near and dear ones shared posts on their accounts to congratulate the then newlyweds.
At the time of their first marriage, they had already spent three years of dating relationship with one another, and now they have taken their romance to a whole new level saying "I Do" for the second time.
This relationship between Penn and Domino is not their first, as Domino was previously in a relationship with which she has a child too; while Badgley previously dated Zoe Kravitz and Blake Lively.
Blake, Penn's previous girlfriend, is now married to Ryan Reynolds but she and Penn were co-stars in Gossip Girls and dated for three years before splitting back in 2010.
They dated one another after they first met on the sets of "Gossip Girls" in 2007.
Caption: Penn Badgley and Blake Lively dated for three years, pictured here in LA, November 2009.
Photo Credit: dailymail.co.uk
Regardless of their pasts, they are now happy with one another, and we too would like to congratulate them on their SECOND marriage.
Gay-ish Role On Screen.
Penn Badgley played Dan Humphrey in "Gossip Girls," and he once termed that his character is a straight up gay.
During an interview in 2007, when he was asked about his character and the prospects of his character being a gay, he answered,
Yeah, I think he’s straight-up gay in the books. But I don’t think network TV really has the balls to make one of their [teenage] series regulars gay. Let's say the show builds up to become a big hit, then I think they'd maybe explore it in year three or four. It would be an interesting thing to do. It could bring in a whole different demographic.
Anyway, he is not a gay in real life, as his relationships over the course of his life suggest and even if he was a gay, that would not have overshadowed the amount of talent this bloke has.