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David Harris And Tre'Darrius Anderson May Be The Country's Youngest African-American Gay Couple To Marry

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Cue up Teena Marie’s “Young Love” -- could this be the nation's youngest African-American gay couple to wed?

The Scoop Entertainment certainly thinks so. At the start of 2013, David Harris and Tre’Darrius Anderson of Memphis, Tenn., tied the knot in Washington, D.C., in front of the Lincoln Memorial.

Both grooms are just 19 years old, according to the report.

UPDATE: March 8 -- David and Tre'Darrius will be featured on an upcoming episode of "My Teenage Wedding." Find more details here.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this post misstated that the pair married in 2012.

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