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Former Dancing With the Stars contestant Chad Ochocinco married Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada on Wednesday and shared the entire experience with his 3.6 million Twitter followers — as it happened.
The couple was married in Miami, and the wedding was reportedly film by VH1 cameras for the duo’s upcoming reality show, Ev and Ocho, which debuts in September.
“Live tweeting from my wedding… should be a first I’m assuming, music is playing, can’t see my guest right now but they’re here… #nervous,” tweeted the NFL star, who plays for the Miami Dolphins.
He then sent out several more tweets, including one saying he had “butterflies in his stomach” and another expressing concerns that Lozada might be a “runaway bride.”
“I’m breathing like a pregnant lady in lamaze class right now… I was hoping continuing to tweet with y’all support would calm me down,” he added.
Keeping to his word, Ochocinco continued to tweet throughout the ceremony.
“Here we go…. Proverbs 18:22… I love you guys… If I do it right the 1st time I won’t have to do it again… Turn up…,” he wrote.
Ochocinco later announced that Lozada changed outfits four times during the night and declared that he believed he was the only sober person at his reception.
“Small issue, I’m the only person that didn’t/doesn’t drink alcohol n every 1 is wasted including my WIFE, can’t relate 2 this shit, now what?” he tweeted.
Ochocinco and Lozada got engaged in 2010. Their relationship also has been documented on VH1’s Basketball Wives.
He previously looked for love on the VH1 reality show Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch and made it to the final four in the 10th season of ABC’s DWTS.
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