Pharrell is Planning a HUGE Party to Celebrate His Wedding to Model Helen Lasichanh

Earlier this year, Pharrell Williams quietly married fashion designer and model Helen Lasichanh. The two share a son, Rocket Man Williams. The ceremony took place in France in August.

Though the two kept mum about the wedding, they’re now planning a huge party to celebrate with friends and family.

Page Six has the word on the party — including who’s performing:

Guests expected include Jay Z and Justin Timberlake, who are rumored to perform. Other guests include Robin Thicke and Paula Patton, David Guetta and Gwen Stefani.

We’re told the bash will be held outside, and guests have been told to wear “garden party attire.” Each has been asked to provide his or her shoe size, suggesting that special slippers may be provided, to protect the garden.

A source tells us, “Pharrell has worked with everyone. He just produced Miley Cyrus’ album, he has worked with Beyoncé, Madonna, Shakira, Daft Punk, Kanye West and Jennifer Lopez. Half the music business will be there.”

Be honest: How many of y’all are sad as hell that Pharrell married someone that wasn’t you? It’s okay ladies…and select gents. Share your pain here. You’re in a safe, judgment free zone.

That said, congrats or whatever Pharrell…and Mrs. Pharrell.


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