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Thursday, 21 October 2010

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The valet's headquarters of the Taj Rambagh Palace.

JAIPUR, India - Russell Brand and Katy Perry have announced that they have indeed invited the so called White House Party Crashers Tareq and his wife Michaele Salahi to their exquisite wedding.

Brand stated that the soon-to-be-married couple decided it best to invite them than to risk having them simply show up and somehow find a way to get into the exclusive celebration which is being held at the luxurious Taj Rambagh Palace.

Katy confided in her maid of honor Rihanna that she was so afraid that if the Salahi's were not officially invited that they would make a fiasco of their lovely wedding and festivities.

A total of 85 guests have been invited including Sir Paul McCartney, Queen Elizabeth II, Larry King, and Cheryl Cole and her boyfriend Derek "The Dancing Dude" Hough.

Perry will be wearing the traditional Indian bridal nose ring and chain known as a nath. She will also be wearing a pair of traditional Indian knickers known as cuntillies, which are made from the hydrogenated hair of adult female camel humps.

Russell who is 35, and his future bride Katy who is 25, will be attending five different after wedding parties including the grand safari at the Ranthambore National Park where guests will be allowed to hunt the nearly extinct Himalayan Hindu albino tigers.

Brand noted that their decision to allow the Salahi's to attend was based on the fact that they not only managed to crash the White House state party that was given in honor of the sheik of the Federated States of Micronesia Sheik Ally Bally Sim Sok Pollywack, but exclusive parties by Bill Gates, Donald Trump, Queen Elizabeth II, and a Halloween costume party by the Ku Klux Klan as well.

SIDENOTE: Music will be provided by P. Diddy, Bob Dylan, Justin Bieber, and The Rolling Stones.

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