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Cheyenne Jackson, who plays Vocal Adrenaline coach Dustin Goolsby on 'Glee' and is also on '30 Rock,' told Out, "We wanted to get as married as we could. I think we were filling in some forms for wills or insurance, and I just thought, Let's just make this as legal as we can. It was with a bunch of Russian mail-order brides, literally. And it was hilarious and it was romantic, just he and me, our little secret."
While the couple can look back at the ceremony with happiness, Jackson does go on to explain that he struggled with his sexuality growing in a conservative Christian town. The former Broadway performer admitted it was difficult to share his lifestyle with his family, and that music helped him through the difficult time. Like all gay young adults, having the support of his family was paramount. His mother Sherri added, "It was a difficult time. It can be real divisive, but I feel we weathered it very well. I feel I've become more openhearted, because otherwise the world can be black and white, and it isn't. It's good to grow."