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Actor Josh Duhamel chews over possible wedding vows on Jimmy Kimmel show

As North Dakota native and actor Josh Duhamel gets ready to marry Fargo native and former Miss World America Audra Mari, he stops by the Jimmy Kimmel show to talk about his upcoming nuptials and movie.

Josh Duhamel
Actor and North Dakota native Josh Duhamel was on the Jimmy Kimmel Show Wednesday, Sept. 7 to talk about his upcoming movie and his upcoming wedding to fellow North Dakota native Audra Mari.
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LOS ANGELES — They're likely North Dakota's most well-known celebrity couple — Josh Duhamel of Minot and Audra Mari of Fargo, an actor and a beauty queen.

It was approximately two weeks ago that InForum reported the couple had been spotted at the Cass County Courthouse applying for a marriage license. Now, fans of the actor get a little inside look into the upcoming wedding. Duhamel was on the Jimmy Kimmel show Wednesday night, Sept. 7, to not only talk about his newest movie, "Bandit", but also to begin talking about how to write his vows.

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Audra Mari, a Fargo native, worked with Forum Communications in a video series called The Backroads with Audra Mari, in which she traveled around the North Dakota/Minnesota region to seek out restaurants and entertainment venues that are a little "off the beaten path".

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