Paying up on a bet he made a few months ago, Wentz got a new tattoo on his leg — a tattoo of Saporta's face."Well, I promised Gabe if 'Good Girls Go Bad' went platinum, I would let him pick a tattoo to put on me," Wentz said in a statement.Saporta then joined another band, Humble Beginnings.

His family emigrated to the United States when he was four, settling in Queens, New York, where his father sold scarves on the street before going to medical school for seven years.

When his father completed his education, the family relocated to Springfield, New Jersey when Saporta was 12.

"The couple chose to tie the knot in the gardens of the historical St.

Nicholas Abbey plantation," a rep for the newlyweds tells Us Weekly exclusively.

"Fetherston wore a gown of her own design, and Saporta wore a custom Gieves & Hawkes suit.

Images of the wedding will be featured in ' September issue." Guests toasted the newlyweds with Belaire Rose.In 2006, Saporta, William Beckett of The Academy Is..., Travis Mc Coy of Gym Class Heroes, and Maja Ivarsson of The Sounds appeared on Cobra Starship's first notable single, "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)", and later appeared in a music video for the song.The song was featured on the soundtrack of the movie Snakes on a Plane and played during the closing credits of the film.The group eventually disbanded in 2005, but still maintain a significant following.After the breakup of Midtown, Saporta decided to create a side-project which would be influenced by techno and dance music.Cobra Starship is signed to the Decaydance record label.