Kesha Officiates Her Second Same-Sex Wedding

Celebrity, Gay Marriage

#VxF 💍❿ᅬ💍 all u need is love 💘💘💘

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It may have been years since Kesha hit it big with "Your Love is My Drug," but from the looks of it, the pop star is still hooked on love! According to People, the pop star just officiated the wedding of her friend and hairstylist, Vittorio Masecchia, and his new hubby, Felipe Noqueira. And this isn't the first time she's played minister!

Since becoming ordained in 2012, Kesha has officiated one other same-sex ceremony between two of her gal pals, as a staunch supporter of marriage equality, long before SCOTUS officially ruled that #loveislove. "I can't understand why any person or any law would stand in-between that kind of love," Kesha previously shared with CBS last year. "It was such an amazing experience to help two beautiful women cement their commitment to each other through marriage."

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As for her most recent jaunt down the aisle declaring yet another happy couple wed, Kesha officiated the outdoor, nighttime ceremony wearing a simple, long black dress, allowing the handsome grooms to shine in all their newlywed bliss. Kesha Instagrammed a heartwarming shot of the wedding afterwards, captioning the pic "All u need is love."

The pop star, known for her love of glitter and dance floor anthems, later celebrated with the newlyweds who also posted images of the sweet, low-key ceremony — which featured a romantic collection of flickering candles, setting their aisle all aglow and inspiring some serious wedding décor envy! No word yet if the couple made their wedding exit through a shower of Kesha's trademark glitter in lieu of the traditional rice. But, hey, we wouldn't be surprised!

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