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Michael Jordan's Multi-Million $ Wedding!

I've always loved MJ growing up! And it's nice to see him happy outside sports! but man, almost $10Million for a wedding! How can you spend that much money on a reception in a tent?
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@shoenami it seemed like a really beautiful wedding, she's a model I guess?
@blairwitme oh yes! I must admit it's pretty! she's one tall lady!
well, for one, her dress is made of loads of swarovski crystals
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