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“We ordained Ian online, he’s an atheist minister bless him,” Ozell added.In their Grub Street interview, Stewart revealed that it was actually Ozell’s idea to have Stewart’s X-Men co-star officiate the wedding.She continued her passion for music while in college in Boulder, Colorado, singing in blues bands in her free time. I mean, the weekends, it’s a tight space, and there were moments where it felt like we were just on the verge of coming unhinged, but we always kept it together.” Ozell said she worked there for four years.She later moved to New York and began to find her voice in clubs there. In 2013, the restaurant moved and it is now located at 348 Flatbrush Avenue in Brooklyn.
“People with their darn phones and their Instagram accounts are relentless, and it’s profoundly obnoxious at times,” she told Female First.Since it took her so long to record her first album, she told Songwriting Magazine that she considers herself a “late bloomer.” “I wrote a couple of tunes on my last release,” she said of Take It with Me. “I was there for four years; I got to see mommas with full bellies, and their kids are now going into kindergarten,” she said of Franny’s.“My strength as a writer is certainly lyrical, first and foremost, and good, catchy melodies. Ozell and Stewart’s wedding grabbed extra attention in 2013 because they had Stewart’s good friend and fellow acting legend, Sir Ian Mc Kellen, officiate their wedding.Speaking to Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden, the pair revealed just how they met and being married by the one and only Sir Ian Mc Kellen."That was supposed to be a secret, if he hadn't have let it slip on the Jonathan Ross Show," Sir Patrick told the presenters."He actually said 'I'm marrying Patrick Stewart' but the Guardian outed me a couple of years ago so that's all fine," he joked.Sunny then added: "We ordained Ian online, he's an atheist minister bless him."Despite being extremely private, the loved-up pair, who married on September 7 2013, seemed more than willing to dish the dirt on their romance."We met at a restaurant and it wasn't a 'can i join you?