The Black Keys drummer is set to marry Michelle Branch.
Rockstar Patrick Carney is thrilled to confirm his engagement to his girlfriend of two years Michelle Branch, with the drummer having proposed to the country singer during her 34th birthday celebrations earlier this week. She revealed the news on social media a day ago.
Patrick Carney with Michelle Branch at the 2016 Grammys
37-year-old Patrick Carney of The Black Keys is getting married to 34-year-old Michelle Branch of country music duo The Wreckers, after the former made a romantic proposal to the latter on her birthday. The pair have been dating since 2015.
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With chart success on both sides of the Atlantic and a double platinum album in North America, Michelle Branch was making a name for herself at the beginning of the millennium, but record company wrangling means this is her first solo album in 14 years. Her UK fans clearly haven't forgotten her though - a recent show at the Lexington in London quickly sold out, while a New York release day show is scheduled for April 7th.
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Patrick Carney , Michelle Branch - Universal Music Group's 2016 Grammy After Party at The Theater at Ace Hotel - Arrivals at The Theater at Ace Hotel - Los Angeles, Grammy - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 15th February 2016
Michelle Branch - Universal Music Group's 2016 GRAMMY After Party held at The Theater at Ace Hotel - Arrivals at The Theater at Ace Hotel - Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 15th February 2016
Rob Schneider's new low-brow body-swap romp "The Hot Chick" is such an insipidly sexist so-called comedy that the movie's entire female cast is reduced to jumping up and down, giggling and playing patty-cake while rhyming about the ickiness of sex.
These characters don't have a brain cell to share among them, but Schneider (who plays an idiot too, but what else is new?) and director Tom Brady genuinely expect the audience to identify with these one-dimensional teenage airheads.
More specifically, they expect us to identify with catty queen ditz Jessica (Rachel McAdams), who, through a curse not worth explaining here, wakes up in the short, hairy, burlap-sack body of a scummy, gas-station-robbing low-life (Schneider) just a few days before the prom.
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