He may be a real Jackass, but Bam Margera's lady is used to it by now.
The MTV stuntmeister and childhood friend Missy Rothstein were pronounced Bam and wife Saturday at the Loews Philadelphia hotel in front of 350 of their nearest and dearest.
Thumbing their nose at MTV's poor track record when it comes to onscreen love connections, Margera, 27, and Rothstein, 26, also swapped vows in front of a network camera crew, which has been following the couple on their road to matrimony for Bam's Unholy Union, a nine-episode series that premiered last Tuesday.
The unscripted series' finale, aka the wedding episode, is slated for early April.
Guests included Iggy Pop, who took the stage following the salad course, pro skateboarder Tony Hawk and former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha, as well as some local radio personalities who planned to make the Margera nuptials topic numero uno on Monday's show.
The couple are planning to honeymoon in Dubai.
Margera, a native of West Chester, Pennsylvania, popped the question to Rothstein last January at the King of Prussia mall in Philly after his girlfriend tried on a ring at Cartier and it happened to be a perfect fit.
"I was like, 'Now's the time,'" Margera told the New York Times last week. ''We just sat there and drank three bottles of Champagne. [Presumably not while in Cartier.] Then we forgot to get gas on the way home, and we straight up ran out of gas on Route 202.''
Recounting how the clerk who granted the couple a marriage license asked if they were certain they wanted to go through with it, Rothstein said, "If I wasn't sure, I would have run away a long time ago."
"I love his spontaneity, even though it drives me crazy sometimes," she continued. "I'd be bored if he was normal like everyone else."
Rothstein also expressed her lack of concern over the whole MTV curse thing.
''We don't live in Hollywood. It's not two celebrities coming together, fighting over the spotlight," she said. "It'll be a nice memory that, years from now, we can look back on, and we have the entire process documented.''
''If I didn't have a whole crew of 30 here to help me,'' Margera said, ''I'd probably have gray hair by now.''
The couple told the Times that, although they had been friends since the sixth grade, starting in 2001 they both had significant others who refused to let them make contact. Finally, both single again, they hooked up about two years ago.
In November, Margera had to seek a restraining order against ex-fiancé Jenn Rivell, who appeared to be living with him in various episodes of Viva La Bam, after she allegedly broke into his house. He also accused Rivell of vandalizing his place and destroying a few computers shortly after their breakup in 2005.
While that final episode of Bam's Unholy Union has the potential to be a rockin' good time thanks to Iggy and the gang, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, MTV took special care to not capture Margera's uncle, Vincent "Don Vito" Margera, on camera, figuring it wouldn't be good to expose the electronic equipment to all that hot water.
The elder Margera was ordered last week to stand trial on three counts of sexual assault on a child stemming from his August arrest at a Colorado shopping mall. The 50-year-old West Chester resident, whose home was featured on Viva La Bam, was rung up for allegedly groping two 12-year-olds and one 14-year-old girl while signing autographs.
A fourth count was dismissed because of insufficient evidence, the Denver Post reported Thursday.
According to the Post, one 12-year-old girl told Lakewood police that Vincent Margera grabbed her behind and brushed his hand against her crotch area, while the other said that the reality TV personality grabbed one of her breasts and said, "Big boobs."
The 14-year-old alleged victim said that Vincent put stickers on her chest and tried to grab her in that area, as well, police said.
An officer who was called to the scene said that when she asked Vincent to get out of his vehicle, he stumbled and smelled like alcohol, the Post reported.
Bam's legally challenged uncle was free to attend his nephew's wedding after posting $50,000 bail and obtaining permission from the state. He's due back in court on Mar. 5. If convicted, Vincent is facing anywhere from probation to six years in prison.