Welcome to the Club, David & Lily: 19 Celeb Couples Who Got Married in Las Vegas
Find out which of your favorite couples tied the knot in Sin City
David Harbour & Lily Allen
The "Smile" singer, 35, and Stranger Things actor, 45, tied the knot in Las Vegas on Sept. 7, 2020, PEOPLE confirmed through court records.
Both stars posted photos from the low-key ceremony, which was officiated by an Elvis Presley impersonator and followed by a meal of In-N-Out burgers.
"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," Harbour captioned his post. "Refreshments were served at a small reception following."
The stars were first linked in January 2019, and Allen was first photographed wearing what appeared to be an engagement ring in November.
Arie Luyendyk & Lauren Burnham
The Bachelor Nation couple thought the first time they got married was nice, so they decided to do it twice!
The two revealed on Instagram that they got married again, this time with their daughter Alessi Ren, at a Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas only eight months after their Maui ceremony.
"We got married on Saturday (again) in the back of a pink caddy in Vegas,” Luyendyk captioned his Sept. 10, 2019 Instagram post. “Our new friend and legend @mrjordan1911 officiated (Elvis sat this one out). Can’t wait to show you guys more, we’ll post on our YouTube tomorrow 💒👰🏼🤵🏼"
"@Ariejr’s so nice I married him twice!💒," Burnham captioned her post. "We always joked about ditching our plans for the first wedding and eloping in Vegas so we thought, what the heck, why not have both? Best decision we ever made as this day will be a hilarious memory we will cherish forever. Thank you @mrjordan1911for officiating this special moment for us. Stay tuned for the video dropping tomorrow on our YouTube.💕"
Joe Jonas & Sophie Turner
After the 2019 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on May 1, the stars surprised everyone by saying “I do” at Chapel L’Amour inside A Little White Wedding Chapel. The singer’s brothers were in attendance, an Elvis impersonator officiated, Dan + Shay performed and Diplo shared the whole thing on Instagram Live.
The couple followed the Vegas wedding with a larger ceremony at a chateau in France a month later.
Nicolas Cage & Erika Koike
Kelly Ripa & Mark Consuelos
After one year of dating, the two lovers eloped in the city of sin back in 1996 and have been together ever since (they celebrated their 23rd anniversary on May 1!).
Cody Herpin & Jodie Sweetin
The-Dream & Christina Milian
The music producer and singer quietly got married in Vegas in 2009, only to get divorced five months later — while Milian was still pregnant with their daughter Violet Madison Nash.
Frank Sinatra & Mia Farrow
The two met when Farrow was 19 and Sinatra was 48. Despite the age difference, the couple tied the knot at The Sands Hotel in Las Vegas in 1966, but 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 an all-night bender, the couple got married in Vegas in 1999 but filed for divorce six months later. The former basketball player said he was "of unsound mind when he recited his vows," but the split was amicable.
Leah Remini & Angelo Pagán
The actors said their vows at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas in 2003 and have been together ever since. The lavish wedding was filmed for a TV special that aired on VH1.
Pamela Anderson & Rick Salomon
Anderson married her longtime friend at the Mirage Hotel in Vegas in 2007. The actress filed for divorce two months later; the couple got remarried in 2014, only to split again one year later.
Melanie Griffith & Don Johnson
Griffith and Johnson also got hitched twice. The first time was in 1976 during a small ceremony in Vegas, however, then got divorced six months later. The second time was in 1989. During that marriage, they had their daughter Dakota, but split for good in 1995.
Jason Alexander & Britney Spears
The pop star had a shotgun wedding with childhood friend Alexander in Vegas in 2004. They were married for all of 55 hours before getting the marriage annulled.
Bette Midler & Martin von Haselberg
In true Vegas style, Midler and Haselberg had their wedding officiated by an Elvis impersonator at the Starlight Chapel in 1984. The happy couple is still going strong today.
Dorothea Hurley & Jon Bon Jovi
In 1989, the singer broke many fans' hearts when he went off to Vegas to marry his high school sweetheart. The couple have now been married for more than 20 years and they have four children: Stephanie, Jesse, Jacob and Romeo.
Bruce Willis & Demi Moore
The actors dated for three months before tying the knot at the Golden Nugget in Vegas. The quicky wedding led to a 13-year marriage and three daughters before they called it quits in 2000. However, they remain friendly today.
Cindy Crawford & Richard Gere
The two got married in Vegas in 1991 before splitting four years later. "We didn’t spend enough time together,” Crawford 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.”
Shia LaBeouf & Mia Goth
The two actors live-streamed their nuptials in Vegas in 2016. The taping was offered as part of Viva Las Vegas' King Tut wedding theme package. Although the couple originally planned to keep their ceremony private, LaBeouf revealed that the video was accidentally sent to TMZ and so, the world got to see all of the action.
Angelina Jolie & Billy Bob Thornton
One of hollywood's most infamous couples got hitched in Vegas in 2000 after only dating for a short while. The marriage lasted three years and in 2018, Thornton revealed why.
“We just had different lifestyles. Hers is a global lifestyle and mine is an agoraphobic lifestyle,” he said on the HFPA in Conversation podcast with a laugh. “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.”