Over the weekend, Neil Patrick Harris married his partner, David Burtka, in Italy with Elton John presiding over their nuptials.
NPH was one of the first true celebrities that we saw during our internship. We had been seeing a lot of NFL football players and other sports people being escorted around WDW by VIP tour guides, but we don’t follow football/sports and had no idea who they were.
You never know when you see the Disney VIP tour guides escorting guests around…are those people famous or are they just rich???
NPH was the MC of the 2013 Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade, which was taped at WDW in early December. We got to see him and a lot of other celebrities during the all-day taping event. It was so much fun! 🙂
NPH is as genuinely nice in person as he appears on TV. (That’s not always the case with celebrities!!!)
In between takes on Main Street USA, he talked with the crowds and posed for a lot of photos.
You can even hear him in the recorded spiels before riding California Screamin’ at Disney California Adventure.
As he’s told the Orlando Sentinel, he’s an animatronics aficionado: “I’m a big fan of old-school Audio-Animatronics, so I also am a big Spaceship Earth fan. Haunted Mansion is probably one of my favorite designs ever, so I always have to go see that.”
After taping, NPH and his family got to spend the night in the Cinderella Castle Suite for the second time in 2013!! Lucky!!!
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by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins
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