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Australian DJ Timmy Trumpet marries longtime partner Anett Tomcsanyi


Schoolies favourite Timmy Trumpet is MARRIED! Australian DJ popular in the 2010s weds long-time partner Anett Tomcsanyi: ‘Greatest day of my life’

Timmy Trumpet has tied the knot with his long-term girlfriend Anett Tomcsanyi.

The Australian DJ, 39, whose real name is Timothy Jude Smith, exchanged vows with digital creator Anett in a stunning ceremony on June 1.

He shared photos from the nuptials on Instagram, and wrote: ‘AND WE’RE MARRIED! The greatest day of my life.’

Congratulations! Timmy Trumpet has married his long-term girlfriend Anett Tomcsanyi

Congratulations! Timmy Trumpet has married his long-term girlfriend Anett Tomcsanyi

Timmy memorably proposed to his partner during a DJ set in July 2020.

During a song transition where Anett usually joins him on stage, he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him in front of the cheering crowd.

The romantic proposal was livestreamed on social media, reports We Rave You.

I do! The Australian DJ, 39, whose real name is Timothy Jude Smith, exchanged vows with digital creator Anett in a stunning ceremony on June 1. (Pictured in 2015)

I do! The Australian DJ, 39, whose real name is Timothy Jude Smith, exchanged vows with digital creator Anett in a stunning ceremony on June 1. (Pictured in 2015)

Timmy is best known for his 2014 hit single Freaks ft. Savage, which sold more than 500,000 copies in the U.S. and was certified gold.

It also shifted 420,000 units in Australia and 45,000 in New Zealand. 

Timmy is known for playing the trumpet live and incorporating jazz elements into his energetic dance music.

Smitten: He shared photos from the nuptials on Instagram, and wrote: 'AND WE'RE MARRIED! The greatest day of my life'

Smitten: He shared photos from the nuptials on Instagram, and wrote: ‘AND WE’RE MARRIED! The greatest day of my life’

‘I was a trumpeter before I was a DJ,’ he told the Belfast Telegraph in June 2018.

‘I would play alongside songs I heard on the radio. I remember playing to Daft Punk for the first time. That’s when I realised there might be something to this trumpet/EDM thing.’ 

Timmy is fondly remembered by Aussies in their late twenties and early thirties thanks to his popularity in the early to mid 2000s.

He notably performed at the Stereosonic festival and during schoolies weeks.

Blast from the past: Timmy is fondly remembered by Aussies in their late twenties and early thirties thanks to his popularity in the early to mid 2000s

Blast from the past: Timmy is fondly remembered by Aussies in their late twenties and early thirties thanks to his popularity in the early to mid 2000s

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