2012 In Review: celebrity weddings.
If celebrities weren't making babies in 2012 (wait 'til you see that never ending list, it kicks off tomorrow), they were getting married. Some of them made time to do both - here's looking at you Una Healy and Drew Barrymore. Here's a list of those who promised themselves to someone forever and ever - or for at least 72 days. Or for as long as they remain alive (72 days would be good innings given some of the names below)...
Bryan Ferry; Dick Van Dyke and Arlene Silver; Jerry Lee Lewis; Josh Lucas; Chris Noth; Ricki Lake; Neil Diamond; Cary Mulligan and Marcus Mumford; Tom Fletcher off McFly and Giovanna Falcone; Irish footballer Glenn Whelan and Karen Byrne; Danielle Lloyd and Jamie O'Hara; Cynthia Nixon and Christin Marioni; Una Healy and Ben Foden; Alec Baldwin and the yoga instructor; Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman; Matthew McConaughy and Camilla Alves; Bobby Brown and Alicia Etheridge; Aaron Johnson and Sam Taylor-Wood; Jade Jagger and Adrian Fillery; Agyness Deyn and Giovanni Ribisi; Gordon Darcy and Aoife Colgan; Marvin Humes and Rochelle Wiseman; John Cleese and Jennifer Wade; Chris O'Dowd and Dawn Porter; Rufus Wainwright; Brian McFadden and Vogue Williams; Katie Melua and James Toseland; Kym Marsh and Jamie Lomas; Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds; Peaches Geldof and Tom Cohen; Cobie Smulders and Tarran Killam; Dermot O'Leary and Dee Koppang; James Corden and Julia Carey; Annie Lennox and Dr Mitch Besser; Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman; Jared Followill and Martha Patterson; Holly Valance and Nick Candy; Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty; Emilie Sande; Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel; Jack Osbourne and Lisa Stelly; Joanne Froggatt and James Cannon; Jamie Bell and Evan Rachel Wood; Mario Lopez and Courtney Mazza...
And who could forget the naked man interrupting a wedding?
Story by Sheena McGinley | 15:37 | Monday 31st December 2012 | Gossip
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