Conan O'Brien -- who happens to be an ordained minister-- officiated the wedding of his costume designer Scott Cronick and his partner David Gorshein in a televised ceremony at New York City's Beacon Theatre Thursday, and RadarOnline.com has the moving clip.
Bravo’s Andy Cohen stood alongside Scott (who’s a big fan of his) in the tasteful and traditional ceremony.
The men began exchanging kind and romantic words prior to making if official: David told Scott, “You are my everything, you are my love ... no one is happier than I am to wear this ring and put this ring on your finger. I love you so much, you are my everything.”
Scott, in turn, vowed to fill David’s everyday “with so much love ... I’m here today and I am yours forever.”
Adhering to Jewish tradition, both grooms stepped on glasses during the ceremony.
Conan then took over, saying, “By the powers vested in me by the state of New York and the Universal Life Church Monastery, I now pronounce you husband and husband! You may kiss the groom! Mazel Tov!”
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O'Brien’s back in the Big Apple (where same sex marriage was legalized this past June) to commemorate his one-year anniversary on TBS. He was based out of New York for 16 years, inhabiting what is now Jimmy Fallon’s studio prior to moving to Los Angeles for his ill-fated Tonight Show gig.
Conan airs weeknights at 11/10c on TBS.
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