It has been officially announced that Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass, two members of the Clairvoyants, are now married.
‘America’s Got Talent runners-up, The Clairvoyants, share their romantic story with fans about their magical marriage on a special edition of ‘PEOPLE on the Inside.’
Oct. 30, 2022, Was The Date On Which They Exchanged Vows
A wedding has been officially announced between Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass of The Clairvoyants. At A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, on Oct. 30, a magician and mentalist duo from Austria who were runners-up on season 11 of America’s Got Talent exchanged vows with a friend they had met through the show.
The couple says in a PEOPLE exclusive interview, “We’re famous for our secrets, so we didn’t tell anyone we were planning on getting married in Las Vegas,” says the couple. “It was just the two of us, our little dog Mr. Koni Hundini and a perfect friend who was the witness,” says the couple. “After the wedding, we flew to Austria, where our family and friends live, and told everyone about what had just happened. It felt like a honeymoon in our home country! Everyone was so happy and celebrated with us.”
In addition to performing 500 shows at the Luxor Hotel as part of America’s Got Talent Live, the couple has talked about eloping for a long time. However, this love for Las Vegas finally led them to decide where they would exchange their vows after living there for the last year.
There Was A Time When The Young Couple First Met Eleven Years Ago
Ten was a magician, and Van Tass was a dancer on a television show in Austria where they both performed as characters. Eleven years ago, this was the first time the newlyweds met. The couple states that they quickly realized they had a special connection as soon as they met. There has not been a dull moment in their relationship since then.
The pair has had numerous performances since their 12-show run on American Idol, including Broadway shows in New York, at the Apollo Theater in London, and the Opera House in Vienna and Sydney.
Several performers have commented on how amazing it feels to share their love for each other. In addition, they have commented on the passion they have for performing with people all over the world.
Before Exchanging Traditional Vows, The Couple Took A Flying Trapeze Class
A flying trapeze class was included in the couple’s wedding day celebrations before they changed into their wedding attire and exchanged their traditional vows in front of family and friends.
However, their favorite part of the ceremony was when they exchanged vows and put rings on each other’s fingers after their vows were exchanged. Their emotional and intimate moment was one of the most precious moments of their lives.
On the day following the ceremony, the couple left the ceremony to drive to downtown Las Vegas, where they had pizza and took pictures on historic Fremont Street. At the end of the evening, the couple went to the Bellagio and ate dinner at Spago by Wolfgang Puck, located right next to the fountains. “Wolfgang is also originally from Austria, so it was nice to have some traditional Schnitzel and other specialties.”
After dinner, they shared a chocolate souffle and a glass of rose champagne for dessert. This is a beautiful feeling for the couple, as they have been together almost 24/7 for the past nine years, and they already have the feeling of being married because of the amount of time they have spent with each other.
However, it is an extraordinary moment for them to take this step and wear these rings to symbolize their love. During the first dance of their wedding night, Hubert von Goisern’s song, “Emory,” was played by a live band as the couple capped off their big day at home.
They announced to their fans that they were getting married, which was an amazing and precious moment for them. Would you consider them a compatible couple if you were a fan? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.