The historic ceremony was not technically a marriage, banned by the state of North Carolina, but a religious celebration for a couple legally married in D.C. a few months ago.
The services by the first gay imam in the Americas are unorthodox and include side-by-side prayer for men and women, and same-sex marriages.
But the federal judge who issued the initial ruling will hear the state's argument against marriage equality in court on Monday.
It's hard to believe this is one of the biggest TV stars in America.
Gov. Chris Christie has not yet indicated whether he will sign or veto the legislation.