David Harbour & Lily Allen
Not even the global pandemic was stopping David Harbour and Lily Allen from going ahead with their nuptials. The pair had a small Vegas wedding complete with an Elvis impersonator and In-N-Out. Both the bride and groom commemorated the occasion by sharing photos to Instagram, showing Allen's stunning Dior gown.
“In a wedding officiated by the king himself, the people’s princess wed her devoted, low born, but kind credit card holder in a beautiful ceremony lit by the ashen skies courtesy of a burning state miles away in the midst of a global pandemic,” the Stranger Things actor. “Refreshments were served at a small reception following.”
Sophie Turner & Joe Jonas
Following the 2019 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, the Game of Thrones actress and Jonas Brother surprised everyone by heading to Chapel L’Amour inside the iconic A Little White Wedding Chapel to officially say "I do." Joe's bandmates and brothers - Nick and Kevin Jonas - were in attendance, and Diplo live-streamed the entire thing for fans to tune into. The couple later had a formal wedding in front of friends and family in France, where Turner opted for a stunning Louis Vuitton gown.
Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos
After just one year of dating, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos eloped in the City of Sin in 1996. They have been together ever since and share three children, Lola, Michael and Joaquin.
Mia Goth & Shia LaBeouf
In 2016, the Honey Boy actor wed his then-girlfriend Mia Goth in a Vegas ceremony that, you guessed it, featured an Elvis impersonator. LaBeouf later confirmed the wedding on the Ellen Degeneres Show, but an official from Clark County, Nevada, said the pair never filed their marriage licence. In 2018, the couple announced their divorce.
Angelina Jolie & Billy Bob Thornton
After dating for just a short period of time, Jolie and Thornton got hitched in Vegas in 2000. The marriage lasted three years and in 2018, Thornton opened up about their split: “We just had different lifestyles. Hers is a global lifestyle and mine is an agoraphobic lifestyle,” he said on the HFPA in Conversation podcast. “So that’s really, that’s the only reason we’re probably not still together, maybe. There was a different path in life we wanted to take.”
Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow
Despite the age difference - having met when Farrow was 21 and Sinatra was 50 - the couple tied the knot at The Sands Hotel in Las Vegas in 1996. The marriage ended two years later once Sinatra sent the actress divorce papers on the set of Rosemary's Baby, according to Vanity Fair.
Carmen Electra & Dennis Rodman
After partying with friends in Vegas, the actress and NBA star wed in Vegas in 1999. The couple filed for divorce six months later, with Rodman stating he was "of unsound mind when he recited his vows."
Britney Spears & Jason Alexander
Spears wed her childhood friend Alexander in Vegas in 2004. They were married for all of 55 hours before getting the marriage annulled. That same year, Spears wed backup dancer Kevin Federline after dating for three months.
Bette Midler & Martin von Haselberg
The Hocus Pocus actress and Argentinian-born actor had their wedding officiated by an Elvis impersonator at the Starlight Chapel in 1984. The couple has been married ever since and share daughter, Sophie Von Haselberg.
Bruce Willis & Demi Moore
After just three months of dating, the couple got married at the Golden Nugget in Vegas in 1987. The marriage lasted 13-years before they called it quits in 2000. The pair share three daughters - Rumer, Tallulah and Scout - and remain good friends to this day, even quarantining together during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cindy Crawford & Richard Gere
At the height of both their fame, the couple wed in Vegas in 1991 before splitting four years later. "We didn’t spend enough time together,” Crawford previously told People. “And we’re equally responsible for that. We thought it would be okay if we just flew in from Paris to L.A. to get together for a night to see each other. It wasn’t.”