SILVERCHAIR Frontman To Wed NATALIE IMBRUGLIA Tomorrow

SILVERCHAIR frontman Daniel Johns is due to marry pop princess Natalie Imbruglia on a far north Queensland island Wednesday (Dec. 31), according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

The couple are understood to have flown into Cairns airport Tuesday night and were driven off the tarmac in a gold limousine.

Their wedding destination remains a tightly kept secret but there's speculation it will be on Lizard or Bedarra islands.

Both are exclusive resort islands.

Johns, 24, and Imbruglia, 28, confirmed their engagement in January after Johns proposed with a ring made by a jeweller in the SILVERCHAIR lead singer's home town of Newcastle.

It's understood even family and friends of the couple were not expected to be told the precise location of the wedding until they touched down at Cairns airport.

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