Tommy Lee Marries Social Media Star Brittany Furlan: 'We Did It!'
Lee and Furlan tied the knot one year after he popped the question last Valentine's Day
The Mötley Crüe rocker, 56, tied the knot with social media star Furlan, 32, on Thursday, one year after he popped the question.
“It’s official!!! We’re married!!!” Furlan posted to Instagram, sharing a photo of their dogs in wedding attire. Added Lee in a similar post, “Holy s—balls!!!! We did it!!!! Mr & Mrs Lee”
Furlan, whose journey from Vine star to social media darling was recently chronicled in the Netflix documentary The American Meme, wrote on Twitter Monday ahead of her wedding that life was “a trip.”
“I can’t believe I went from the most depressed, lonely girl, thinking I would die alone with my dogs to getting married in 4 days…wow,” she mused.
This is the first marriage for the Philadelphia native, and the fourth for Lee.
The musician was previously married to Elaine Starchuk, Heather Locklear and Pamela Anderson. He and Anderson split in 1998 but briefly reconciled years later; they share two sons: Brandon, 22, and Dylan, 21.
“Holy faaaaaaak!! I’m getting married in 4 hours! 🙃” he tweeted Thursday afternoon.
Lee proposed to Furlan last Valentine’s Day, and the couple told the world of their impending nuptials with a pair of sweet social media posts.
“Well this certainly beats chocolates! Say hello to future Mrs. Lee #engaged,” Lee wrote alongside a video showing off Furlan’s heart-shaped sparkler.
Added Furlan on Twitter, “Best day of my life!!!! I can’t wait to get to spend forever with my best friend.”
The couple – who have been linked since the summer of 2017 – sparked rumors in May that they’d pulled off a surprise wedding after Lee shared a photo kissing Furlan in front of what appeared to be an empty wedding altar.
“Did it, I do A LOT,” he wrote.
Furlan, however, cleared up the gossip, writing on her own Instagram account that the couple had actually just snagged “someone’s leftover wedding alter (sic)” for the picture-perfect moment.
Furlan rose to fame on the now-defunct video app Vine, where she racked up more than nine million followers as the platform’s third most popular personality. Since then, she’s appeared in films like “We Are Your Friends” and “Dreamland,” as well as Pitbull’s music video for “Fireball.”