Close the front door: Kristen Stewart’s request for Food Network star Guy Fiery to host her wedding is a real deal.
Earlier this week, the Spencer star suggested in an interview with Howard Stern that the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host was directing her wedding, and was shocked Thursday when the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host accepted her offer.
“We’re just going to do it ourselves, and it’s just that no one will be acting like the other side is involved at the moment,” she told Stern. “But we’ve heard that Food Network’s Guy Fiery serves a lot of gay weddings. So the thought that this person – this sweet, sweet, pointed man – will come to our wedding and take over the duties … it just makes me laugh like that! “
Her proposal did not go beyond the limits of the permissible. In fact, in 2014, the host of Guys’ Food Games presided over a grand wedding of 101 same-sex couples in Miami. Dynamite!’
Stewart, who talked about her engagement to screenwriter Dylan Meyer in that Stern interview, appeared on The Today Show Thursday to include her new film about Princess Diana when hosts Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie surprised her with Mayor Flavortown’s blessing.
“I heard through the Flavortown vine that you’re looking for a nice spiky-haired waiter for your wedding,” Fier said in a pre-recorded video that aired at the end of the snippet. “I’m all ready!”
Overjoyed, Stewart asked the hosts if he was joking and that she “absolutely” wanted the Triple D host to do the job. (Hey, if Cardi B judges Cal Penn, why not?)
“Do you know where he lives?” Stuart asked. “What’s his address? Does he live in Los Angeles? We have to talk about it. “
Proud later tweeted clip of this segment and said his offer was “legal.”
Earlier this week, Stewart shared that Meyer proposed to her and that they were getting married. The two reportedly met on the set of the movie about eight years ago. They started dating in the summer of 2019 after the actor broke up with model Stella Maxwell. The couple reunited at a mutual friend’s party and became close because they grew up in Los Angeles.