On June 27, 1993, two talented people were married north of Indianapolis and drove to what was called Deer Creek Music Center for a concert by one of them. The couple was Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett. He put on a great show and she appeared on stage in her wedding gown. Despite strict measures by the venue to prevent photography, a stringer from People magazine got his gear inside and jumped up to take photos from one of the front rows.
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