Tracy Morgan Marries His Long-Time Girlfriend, Walks Down the Aisle Without a Cane
Tracy Morgan married longtime girlfriend Megan Wollover over the weekend and did it without the help of a cane or walker.
Tracy Morgan tied the knot 14 months after surviving a deadly highway crash.
Incredibly, the comedian walked down the aisle without a cane or a walker to marry his longtime girlfriend, Megan Wollover, on Sunday.
The emotional event came more than a year after Morgan reportedly suffered a traumatic brain injury and broken leg in the New Jersey crash. One of his friends, James McNair, was killed.
"After almost losing Tracy last year, I am so grateful to finally be married to the love of my life,” the bride told People magazine.
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Tracy was recently tapped to host Saturday Night Live in October. It will be the funnyman’s return to the stage since the accident.
INSIDE EDITION caught up with SNL alums Seth Myers, Bill Hader and Fred Armisen at the launch of their new IFC comedy series, Documentary Now, where they had kind words to say about their friend’s return.
Read: 'SNL' Alums Say They Are Exicted for Tracy Morgan's Return
Meyers said: “I can't imagine a better place for him to make his return to the stage. That was home for him for so long. He will just be so natural there and I can’t wait to see it.”
“I am just so happy to see him performing. He is one of the best,” said Hader.
Armisen added: “I’m happy that he's okay. It was scary.”
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