Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas celebrate wedding at New Delhi reception

Adjust Comment Print

During Tuesday's gathering, the couple were also joined by their families, as well as Jonas's brother Joe's fiancee, Sophie Turner, who stars in the critically acclaimed HBO series Game Of Thrones.

The article has now been edited by removing most of the controversial bits.

The article also used a quote from Chopra in 2017 about how she prefers the "high life" and isn't "stingy" when it comes to money as evidence that her marriage was more for the luxurious wedding than for love. He seems to be the only name on her 'short list of Hollywood men to be tested for a possible romance'.

On Twitter, where Sonam led the charge, Mariah Smith was tagged to comments such as: "The sexism, racism and xenophobia really jumped out". "Priyanka's indulgences and what she views as necessities speak volumes to her personality and what she'll do, or think she needs to do, for her career". You're so mad that a deserving Indian woman found someone who values her worth.

Indian PM Modi attends Nick, Priyankas wedding reception
Touched by your kind words: Priyanka Chopra to Modi

- Nehmat Kaur (@nehmatks)There is an art to dissecting celebrity culture, and this dumb, petty, misogynistic, racist piece of trash isn't it. This piece is problematic and embarrassing", while another user added: "Wow. "Hope you find better things to write about". Now, that the Delhi reception is over, it's time for the big Bollywood bash where all the celebs will be seen under one roof. She really requires no defending on Twitter.

Keep reading this space for all the buzz about Priyanka and Nick's wedding.

The unedited, original version of the story called Priyanka a "modern-day scam artist" who had conned Nick Jonas into marrying her, citing supposed "red flags" like wedding-related sponcon (though both the bride and groom participated equally in that) and their super-extra wedding.

Best NFL draft picks under Urban Meyer at Ohio State
But the promotion of offensive coordinator Ryan Day should ensure recruits don't jump to Happy Valley or elsewhere. Meyer said that his health issues did not affect his coaching when asked about that medication in early September.

Comments