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© Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker at the 2022 Grammy Awards. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic
- Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker wore leather jackets for their wedding ceremony in Vegas.
- On Wednesday, Kardashian shared photos of the ceremony, and said the two didn't have a marriage license.
- Previous reports said the couple married in their 2022 Grammys outfits.
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker got married on Monday morning in Las Vegas, wearing coordinating leather jackets.
TMZ was the first to report that the couple was married by an Elvis impersonator. The surprise wedding took place at the One Love Wedding Chapel, according to People.
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But on Wednesday, Kardashian shared pictures on Instagram from their ceremony — and in the caption, she mentioned that the two got married without a license.
"Found these in my camera roll. Once upon a time in a land far, far away (Las Vegas) at 2am, after an epic night and a little tequila, a queen and her handsome king ventured out to the only open chapel with an Elvis and got married (with no license). Practice makes perfect," she captioned the post.
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According to Kardashian's photos, she made a statement in a yellow corset top designed with a gold cross on the front. She paired it with black pants and a leather jacket, while Barker went shirtless with just a leather jacket and matching pants on. The couple accessorized their looks with coordinating black sunglasses.
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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker had a wedding fit for their whirlwind romance. The couple reportedly got married at the One Love Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in the early hours of April 4 following their appearance at the Grammy Awards, People has confirmed. Kardashian and Barker were wearing the same outfits they wore to the award show. The ceremony lasted 30 minutes, and an Elvis Presley impersonator was in attendance.
7 women's college basketball superstars reflect on the NCAA's weight room scandal a year later
- Women's college basketball stars told Insider their thoughts on the NCAA's weight room scandal one year later.
- The 7 players, who have NIL deals with Wingstop, said brand investment is crucial in the fight for equity.
- Read more from the stars — including three All-Americans and two Freshmen of the Year — below:
Shock and disappointment were two of the prevailing emotions women's college basketball stars remember feeling as the NCAA's weight room scandal unfolded.
Whether they were watching from home or discovering the slight in-person at the tournament, players were dismayed to see the blatant disparities between resources offered at the men's and women's venues during last year's March Madness.
While athletes at the men's tournament had access to a sparkling weight room filled with rows of top-notch machinery, those at the women's tournament were expected to make due with a pile of yoga mats and a basic rack of dumbbells.
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker hold wedding ceremony in Las Vegas
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker held a private wedding ceremony in a Las Vegas chapel early Monday, April 4, following their appearance at the 2022 Grammy Awards.The couple arrived at One Love Wedding Chapel early Monday morning and held the ceremony, chapel owner Marty Frierson told NBC News. TMZ first reported the news of the ceremony.
A year later, seven of the most prominent stars in women's college basketball reflected on the experience and told Insider about how the introduction of Name, Image, and Likeness rights (NIL) has helped to level the playing field. All seven have teamed up with restaurant chain Wingstop, whose aim is to "give wings" to female players and help the women's game receive the recognition and financial backing it's long lacked.
From Player of the Year candidate and projected WNBA lottery pick NaLyssa Smith to reigning national champion Lexie Hull and NCAA single-game scoring record holder Ayoka Lee, here are the seven stars' thoughts on the weight room scandal and importance of brand investment in women's hoops:
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"I just felt it was unfair and belittling to women's athletes," Smith said of the weight room situation, adding: "Having a company like Wingstop to support [us] will open people's eyes and will help give women a platform."
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Jakia Brown-Turner — NC State
"I was shocked when I saw the comparison of our weight room to the men," Brown-Turner said. "I always knew that there was inequality in athletics, but actually experiencing [it] firsthand opened my eyes. It made me realize that we were really overlooked."
"I think it is important for companies to spotlight women athletes because we work hard to perfect our craft," she added. "Spotlighting women athletes brings attention and support to us."
Sonia Citron — Notre Dame
"When I first saw [the weight room], I honestly didn't believe it," Citron said. "I thought that there was no way that we were in 2021 and things like this could still happen. I was speechless. It was kind of an awakening and a reminder that we as women still have so much work to do, and we cannot stop until we achieve equality."
"I really appreciated what [Wingstop is] doing for women with this campaign," she added. "I wanted to raise awareness on the inequality we face as women in sports and hope to push forward the cause."
Veronica Burton — Northwestern
"My initial reaction to seeing the difference between the weight rooms was disappointment but nothing that I was too surprised about — things like that are what women are told to accept," Burton said.
Lexie Hull — Stanford
"I honestly didn't believe it — I thought there had to be another weight room somewhere or maybe each team had an individual one," Hull said. "It wasn't until we saw pictures of the men's weight room and asked more about the one we had seen did I realize that it was real — the small rack of dumbbells and yoga mats was all that was provided for us. It was shocking more than anything."
"I have seen first-hand major discrepancies in every part of women's athletics, like the weight room in the NCAA tournament last year or simply media coverage of women's sports in general," she continued. "I think it's important for companies and organizations to highlight women's sports because I think people are interested in what they see and what is shown to them."
Ayoka Lee — Kansas State
"I think my initial reaction [to the weight room scandal] was how can this still be happening and why has it taken so long for it to be addressed," Lee said. "As women I believe our society tells us to take what is given to us and not cause any commotion. During that time last year, I could not help but feel an immense sense of pride for all the women that were speaking out and taking a stance against the inequality. It is so much easier to ignore the problems instead of speaking out and doing the work to change it. I am so proud that I am part of a generation of female athletes that are fighting to make a difference. "
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Initial reports from Tuesday said Kardashian and Barker got married in the same outfits they wore to the 2022 Grammys, but Kardashian's photos of the couple wearing different ensembles suggest they had time to change.
People previously reported that the couple wore their red-carpet looks from the event, citing One Love Wedding Chapel owner Marty Frierson.
"They were dressed with what they had on at the Grammys," Frierson told People. "They came, got married, tossed the bouquet in the driveway, and danced to Elvis. It was over in about 30 minutes."
On the Grammys red carpet, Kardashian was pictured wearing an Et Ochs jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and midriff cutouts, paired with sheer gloves, while Barker wore a tailored vest and black pants from Givenchy under a hot-pink, oversized Raf Simons coat. He accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
The couple got engaged in October 2021. The Blink-182 musician popped the question in the middle of a large heart-shaped flower display that was surrounded by candles in front of the Rosewood Miramar Beach hotel in Montecito, California. He got down on one knee and proposed to Kardashian with a Lorraine Schwartz oval diamond ring.
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Kardashian and Barker's relationship and proposal will be shown on the new Hulu reality show "The Kardashians," which premieres on April 14.
Representatives for Kardashian and Barker did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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