Trisha Paytas Claims to Have Gotten Married and Has Post-Wedding Celebration at Criss Angel's Show

YouTube star Trisha Paytas had announced an engagement to a mystery man a week before heading to a Las Vegas chapel.

By Corinne Heller Nov 02, 2019 7:25 PMTags
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Here comes the bride!

YouTube star Trisha Paytas shocked fans on Friday night by claiming to have gotten married in Las Vegas, a week after announcing an engagement and wedding. Paytas did not name the mystery spouse, but did share a video. It shows the star wearing wedding attire onstage at Criss Angel's Mindfreak show at the Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino, where the illusionist and his audience offered their congratulations.

"Today was wild," Paytas, 31, tweeted. "I got married and got to go on stage with @CrissAngel. So much to talk about but I'll see u on Monday social media ...gotta wrap my head around all this...also #mindfreak is THE best show I've ever seen .....always. !! Criss' #1 fan for life."

In a video posted on Instagram, the YouTube star appears onstage with Angel at his show, wearing a feathered white top paired with a white mini skirt, silver-studded knee-high platform boots and a veil.

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"We just want to say," Angel began.

"Congratulations, Trisha!" the audience yelled.

"Straight from the Chapel to else would u do a Vegas wedding ???" Paytas wrote. "Thnx @crissangel for this amazing congratulations ❤️❤️❤️"

"Congratulations to my friend @trishapaytas on your #marriage #wedding today #CrissAngel #Mindfreak @phvegas," Angel wrote on his own Instagram page.

Paytas later posted a photo backstage.


Earlier in the night, the star and some girlfriends headed to a limo. Paytas wore a white hoodie with "Future Wifey" written in gold on the back. The pals sported black hoodie that read, "Maid of Honor" and "Bridesmaid."

Paytas also posted a pic of a certificate holder from the Little Vegas Chapel.

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No marriage licenses bearing Paytas' name have been registered yet with the Clark County Clerk's office.


Instagram / Trisha Paytas

Paytas had announced an engagement last week and said that it "happened very quickly." 

The star planned to marry a "well-known," but private person on Friday.

Paytas later said on the H3 podcast that the mystery future spouse was a straight man and that they met a month ago. Paytas, who drew controversy last month by identifying as transgender and a "gay man," also expressed hatred for most straight men, saying they are "just awful" and are the "enemy."


When asked how one can be engaged to a straight man if they identify as a gay man, Paytas said, "It's fine. You can be straight."

—Reporting by Spencer Lubitz