Rosie O’Donnell jumped at the chance to marry her girlfriend Kelli Carpenter in 2004 when San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom deemed same-sex marriages A-ok. The mayor was pummeled early-on for his advocacy after the California Supreme Court later declared the 4,000 marriage licenses he issued unconstitutional.
But this time around he’s riding tall after the state’s highest court has ruled same-sex marriages legal. A number of celebs like Ellen DeGeneres  and George Takei  have announced their plans to tie the knot. But Rosie is not biting this time.
She is "going to wait until it's legal everywhere, because otherwise, I said to Kelli, we'll be going around touring the country on the marriage tour every state by state," she told AP Radio. "Once it gets to be at the federal level, once every state recognizes the marriages of every other state, I think that'll be the time we would do it." Rosie believes that time will be near.
What do you think? Should gay and lesbian couples wait to walk down the aisle until everyone can, (even Brangelina has been rumored to be waiting until everyone can legally wed) or should they be free to wed once the courts cut the ribbon on a per-state basis?