02:51 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 02/26/2015 11:15AM
No, Mark McGrath is not dead, despite an Internet hoax claiming he was shot to death.
Originally posted 07/02/2014 11:40AM
In this clip from the forthcoming Syfy original movie, Sharknado 2: The Second One, Ian Ziering and Mark McGrath face down a threat considerably more dangerous than a panhandler or persistent busker – a massive shark.
Originally posted 10/11/2012 06:00AM
Here comes the … taco?!
Newlyweds Mark McGrath and Carin Kingsland enjoyed lunch out together at Casa Vega in Los Angeles on Thursday.
"They seemed very happy to be out," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
The couple who endured 18 years of breakups, makeups and even twins before walking down the aisle ordered up chopped guacamole, taquitos, beef tacos, a Coke and an iced tea.
"They were polite and cheerful," the source adds.
– Jennifer Garcia
Originally posted 09/26/2012 03:15PM
Introducing Mr. and Mrs. Mark McGrath!
The Sugar Ray singer married his longtime love Carin Kingsland on Monday at San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, Calif. and PEOPLE has the first photo of the happy couple on their wedding day.
McGrath, 44, wore a Hugo Boss suit while Kingsland, 39, donned a gown from Renée Strauss's bridal salon in West Hollywood, which she paired with gold Prada sandals.
Originally posted 09/24/2012 02:50PM
Mark McGrath is a married man!
The Sugar Ray frontman and longtime love Carin Kingsland tied the knot on Monday morning, PEOPLE exclusively confirms.
"After 18 years of breakups, makeups, beautiful twins and an unwavering love that provided some pretty damn good song lyrics, we are happy to announce that we are finally married!" the rocker, 44, and his bride, 39, tell PEOPLE.
The couple exchanged vows in front of about 60 friends and family members in Southern California.
Originally posted 09/10/2012 05:00PM
The animals at a Studio City, Calif., farmers market were doing double takes on Saturday thanks to two sets of celebrity offspring who paid them a visit.
Bachelorette star Isla Fisher and her little ladies – daughters Olive, 5, and Elula, 2 – interacted with a guinea pig, chatted with a friendly goat and hitched a ride on a pony.
Meanwhile, rocker Mark McGrath gave his 2-year-old twins, Lydon Edward and Hartley Grace, high fives as they went for a ride with the ponies. The exuberant dad snapped photos on his phone to capture the adorable moments.
Originally posted 10/19/2010 05:00PM
Either Gary Busey and Mark McGrath have new careers selling pizza – or the Celebrity Apprentice is filming again.
Days after a supposed list of celebrity contestants on the new season of the NBC reality show hit the Web, Busey, McGrath, David Cassidy and Lil Jon were spotted out in New York City, hawking slices at a downtown pizzeria.
According to Internet reports the stars – who were all on the rumored list of contestants – were working on a challenge for Donald Trump's show.
Originally posted 04/29/2010 02:10PM
Thursday morning was twice as nice for rocker Mark McGrath and his fiancée, Carin Kingsland, who gave birth to twins – a boy and a girl – in Los Angeles
Son Lydon Edward weighed in at 5 lbs., 7 oz. upon his arrival at 9:54 a.m., daughter Hartley Grace came one minute later, weighing 4 lbs., 8 oz., McGrath’s rep tells PEOPLE exclusively.
"We are so lucky," McGrath tells PEOPLE. "I don’t think you can prepare for the love we are feeling."
After 16 years of on-and-off dating, the Sugar Ray frontman, 42, and Kingsland, 37, an aesthetician, became engaged last New Year’s Eve and confirmed in April that they were expecting twins thanks to IVF.
Originally posted 04/06/2010 11:25AM
No stranger to screaming fans, Sugar Ray frontman Mark McGrath is bracing himself for his loudest admirers yet.
The rocker and his longtime love, Carin Kingsland, are expecting twins – a boy and a girl – in May, they tell PEOPLE exclusively.
"I'm so excited," says McGrath. "My DNA paranoia is kicking in: I've got to feed these children. We've got to get the nursery together. And what do you do when you bring the kids home?"
Originally posted 08/03/2009 08:35AM
Mark McGrath wants to make one thing clear: Sugar Ray isn't putting out a new album because they think they'll be selling out arenas. "It's purely for the love," says the 41-year-old singer.
"We're not blink-182 or No Doubt – they're playing arenas. We're playing House of Blues-sized venues and we're lucky and happy to be playing them," he adds.
Sugar Ray's first studio record in six years, the just-released Music for Cougars, finds them returning to their signature breezy rock – after trying to shift toward dance and R&B – and aiming for those fans who've grown up with them over their 21-year career.
"Our fans qualify as cougars," says McGrath. "There's no negative slant. It's a word of empowerment. Cougars are great!"
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