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21 Celebs Who Tied the Knot in 2020

2020 had been a year of pandemic. But COVID did not stop these celebrities from uniting with their other half.

  1. “Riverdale” star Vanessa Morgan and baseball player Micheal Kopech.

2. Athlete Tim Tebow and Demi-leigh Nel-Peters

3. Brandon Jenner and Cayley Stoker

4. Athlete Kealia Ohai and JJ Watt

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5. Frankie Muniz and Paige Price

6. Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland

7. Michelle Williams and Director Thomas Kail

8. Bindi Irwin and Chandler Powel

9. Debby Ryan and drummer Josh Dun

10. Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli

11. Tove Lo and Charlie Twaddle

12. Sean Penn and Leila George

13. Country star Luke Combs and Nicole Hocking

14. Jackie Cruz and Fernando Garcia

15. David Harbour and Lilly Allen

16. Elizabeth Gillies and composer Michael Corcoran

17. Joe Courtney and Mia Scholink

18. Alex Pettyfer and model Tony Garrn

19. John Cena and Shay Shariatzadeh

20. Scarlett Johanson and Colin Jost

21. Jordan Fisher and Ellie Woods

5 replies on “21 Celebs Who Tied the Knot in 2020”

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