That Was Quick! Celebrities Who Married People They Barely Knew

March 12, 2015  |  
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Would you marry a man you’d only known for one month? Three months? What about four days. These celebrities who married people they barley knew say it’s never too soon to follow your heat. Do you agree?

Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting

When one door closes, another door opens. The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco says she was “devestated” after her breakup with Henry Cavill.

And when friends tried to set her up a few months later, Kaley says she almost didn’t go:

“I was kind of in a weird place and a very close mutual friend ours said, ‘Oh my god, have you met this guy Ryan?’I was just not in a good place to meet anyone. I said, ‘I’m not ready. I’m taking time away from love for a while.’ I was very sad. And they said, ‘You know, he’s coming to town. You’ve got one day to meet him, have a drink, and meet him.'”

As it turns out, it was a date with the love of her life. After dating for three months of dating, Ryan and Kaley tied the knot.

Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams

Notoriously private couple Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams only dated for a few months before Brian popped the question in 2009. They were married just four weeks later

Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey

Nick Cannon had a crush on Mariah Carey for yeas, but they only dated for one month before they eloped in 2008.

Muhammad Ali and Sonja Roi

Muhammad Ali and his first wife Sonja Roi only knew each other for one month before getting married in 1964. They got divorced less than two years later.

Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom

Khloé Kardashian married Lamar Odom one month after meeting him at a party. After Lamar’s public drug use and infidelity, Khloé filed for divorce on December 13, 2013 — but rumor has it that these two may not be ready to close the door on their marriage just yet.

Monica and Shannon Brown

Apparently video shoots can be very romantic places. After Monica met singer Shannon Brown — who played her love interest — on the set of Love All Over Me, she got engaged to him just six months later.

Nicolas Cage and Alice Kim

They must have had really good food at the server Alice Kim’s restaurant. It only took one look from Nicholas cage and two months later they were engaged and married a few months after that.

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline

Not every quickie-marriage is a good idea. When K-Fed and Britney got engaged just three months into their relationship, fans had a feeling that trouble was just around the corner.

But these two managed to stay together for three drama-filled years before they divorced.

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries

Kim only knew Kris Humphries for 6 months before they got married — and for only 72 days after that.

Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett

Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett eloped in 1993 after only dating for three weeks. They divorced 18 months later in 1995.

Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden

Is half a year long enough to “know”? Cameron and Benji think so! Just two months after they were first spotted together in May 2014, these two surprised everyone and tied the knot.

Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee

It takes me more than four days for to really get to know a magazine. But Pamela and Tommy got married just four days after they met. And even though they got divorced in 1998, they dated on-and-off until 2008.

Danny Bonaduce and Gretchen Hillmer

Danny Bonaduce married his second wife, Gretchen Hillmer the day that he met her. But apparently his hunch was right. They lived happily ever after for 16 years — until their divorce in 2007.

Zoe Saldana and Marco Perego

Just a few months after the paparazzi caught them kissing and outed their relationship, they were married and expecting a baby.

But Zoe says she has zero regrets about moving so fast. She simply says, “we knew.”

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