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OLTL alum and High School Musical star Corbin Bleu becomes a married man
Posted Monday, July 25, 2016 1:02:38 PM
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One Life to Live alum Corbin Bleu (ex-Jeffrey King) has wed actress Sasha Clements.
All those fans who dreamed of having One Life to Live alum Corbin Bleu (ex-Jeffrey King) as a hubby will have to start looking for a replacement, because the actor has tied the knot.


Bleu, who went on to High School Musical fame after leaving Llanview in 2013, married actress Sasha Clements in Santa Barbara on Saturday, July 23, People reports.


“Getting married to Sasha... was the best moment of my life,” the actor told the publication of the special moment that included 160 guests. “I have to say my favorite part was the feeling that started in my toes and went all the way to the top of my head when Sasha came through the gate to the entrance of our venue and walked down the aisle. From the flowing veil in the wind as she walked, to the big smile on her face, it suddenly hit me that this stunning woman that was looking at me was going to marry me and make me the happiest man in the world."


The couple, who met in a Toronto grocery store in 2011 and got engaged in Disney World in October 2014, treated wedding guests with a family-style Italian dinner, a three-tier cake from Sweet E's bakery, and late night snacks from In-N-Out.


“There is not one thing I would change,” Clements says of the wedding. “Corbin's vows were incredibly beautiful and it was truly the best day of our lives.”


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