Guy Fieri to Kristen Stewart: 'I'm All In' to Officiate Wedding

by Kilian Melloy

EDGE Staff Reporter

Thursday November 4, 2021
Originally published on November 4, 2021

Dylan Meyer, left, with Kristen Stewart, right.
Dylan Meyer, left, with Kristen Stewart, right.  (Source:Dylan Meyer/Instagram)

After Kristen Stewart talked marriage proposals and wedding plans, Food Network star Guy Fieri thrilled her with a yes — to officiate at Stewart's wedding, that is, People Magazine reported.

Stewart had mentioned Fieri on "The Howard Stern Show," on Nov. 2, and again on "The Today Show" on Nov. 4, saying that while she and fiancee Dylan Meyer expected to officiate their own wedding and enjoy a "chill" celebration, she would have wanted Fieri to preside over the nuptials.

Stewart told Stern that "the idea of that man — that sweet, sweet spiky headed man — coming to our wedding and officiating it, it just makes me laugh so much," People Magazine reported at the time.

People noted that Fieri had "made headlines in 2015 when he officiated 101 gay weddings in Miami.... in honor of his late sister, who was gay."

No sooner said than done: After she repeated her wedding wish on "The Today Show," Stewart got a surprise from Fieri.

"I am all in," Fieri said in a prerecorded video.

Stewart, thrilled, demanded: "Is he joking?"

It was the latest development in a whirlwind week. In between her "Howard Stern Show" and "Today Show" appearances, Stewart also chatted with Jimmy Fallon on the Nov. 3 episode of "The Tonight Show," boasting that in matters matrimonial she had "knocked it out of the park" with Meyer.

"Just saying," Stewart added. "Yeah. No, I scored."

Stewart and Fallon also discussed the star's new film, and the difficulty that mastering Princess Diana's accent posed. But, Stewart said, "I've been doing this for a minute, and there's no reason to keep going unless you're going to try and, you know, push the envelope."

Watch Stewart's chat with Fallon below.


Kilian Melloy serves as EDGE Media Network's Associate Arts Editor and Staff Contributor. His professional memberships include the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association, the Boston Online Film Critics Association, The Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and the Boston Theater Critics Association's Elliot Norton Awards Committee.