The Chase's Paul Sinha Describes Wedding As 'Greatest Day Of His Life'
The Chase star Paul 'The Sinnerman' Sinha has tied the knot with his long-term partner Olly and said that the day was the 'greatest' of his life.
The 49-year-old comedian posted on his blog to announce the news there he wrote about details of the wedding where he was able to have the 'f**king time of my life'.
He also added how he nearly 'destroyed' the day after experiencing technical faults with a six-and-a-half-hour multimedia audiovisual extravaganza.
On the blog, he wrote: "For the longest hour-and-a-quarter of my life, everything went wrong," adding: "Three-hundred people arrived, most unable to get a drink owing to overcrowding, with me being overwhelmed by well-wishers asking Olly's whereabouts, and me being unable to utter the truthful answer, "I have no idea - I just know he's to trying to save this evening."
"Soon, the start-time was a thing of fantasy, well-meaning friends were laughing at my increasing agitation, and even-better-meaning friends were doing their darndest to solve our technical issues.
"As seven o'clock passed, the reality set in that perhaps we should get on with a lesser version of our intended entertainment. I am about to have an absolute breakdown, when a friend takes me outside the pub, and says, 'This is your wedding. Things go wrong. When I got married, you wouldn't believe how many things went wrong. This is your day. These are your people. Now, go out there and enjoy yourself'.
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"At this point, I saw my husband. I said, 'Is there any chance these visuals are going to work?' He replied, 'I've grown weary of the fight'.
"And I looked in his eyes, and I pondered the sheer effort that both of us had put in. And I thought to myself, I am going to get absolutely shit-faced."
He went on: "Instead of destroying the greatest day of my life, I then went on to have the greatest day of my life, as friends and family thoroughly enjoyed drinking, dancing, and ignoring the canapés (on which I had spent thousands).
"The realisation that, in the overall scheme of things, the failure to provide a visual accompaniment to the playlist was about the hundred-and-seventeenth most important priority for me. Suddenly, I was able to forget my troubles, and effortlessly glide through the company of three-hundred beloved guests.
"The entertainment ended with me and Olly, stood on chairs, destroying Carter USM's excellent cover of 'The Impossible Dream'. Best of all, when I woke up the next morning, I realised: I hadn't thought about my Parkinson's once.
"All I thought was how lucky I was to have lived a life where my friends and family are amazing."
Congratulations, Paul and Olly.
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