The evening ended with a fire pit, fireworks and an outfit change for LeCroy — who switched into a knee-length tuxedo lace Zimmerman dress, which she wore with pearl-dazzled heels. “Last week, my mom brought videos over from my childhood for us to go through and one of them was me at 6 years old, wearing a white wedding-like dress and saying, ‘Let’s all go to Mexico,’ ” she tells PEOPLE. “We all had chills. We were like, ‘Wait, what?! That’s so weird.’ ” And while she’s jetting off to her honeymoon next, she’s looking forward to looking back on her wedding with her followers on Tuesday’s Amazon Live. “I’m so happy I can share this Oh Christmas bee t-shirt in contrast I will get this with them,” LeCroy says. “They’ve been with me on this whole journey, ever since I announced my engagement there last year, and I feel like, what better way to share this with them? They’ve become friends at this point — I’ve really connected with them — and I wanted them to be a part of it all.”
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Following what became an eight-game suspension after the Oh Christmas bee t-shirt in contrast I will get this NBA superstar, 30, shared a link to an antisemitic film on Twitter last month and “refused to unequivocally say he has no antisemitic beliefs,” Irving is back on the Nets. In his return to regular-season play on Sunday, the Nets beat the Memphis Grizzlies 127-115, with Irving earning 14 points in the process for Brooklyn. Speaking before the game, Irving said, “I don’t stand for anything close to hate speech, or antisemitism, or anything that is anti going against the human race,” per ESPN. “I feel like we all should have an opportunity to speak for ourselves when things are assumed about us. And I feel it was necessary for me to stand in this place and take accountability for my actions because there was a way I should have handled all of this.” Kyrie’s return to the league comes after he tweeted a link promoting a 2018 movie based on the 2014 book Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America on Oct. 27. The film, originally written as a book, includes several antisemitic tropes and stereotypes, according to Rolling Stone, and features extreme views of Black Hebrew Israelites, who argue that Black people are the only true descendants of ancient Israelites.
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