Teen-Aged Celebrity Brides Like Miley Cyrus Aren’t All That Uncommon

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Celebrities, just like everyone else, can be prone to impulsive decisions. That’s especially true when it comes to love. That’s why teen-aged celebrity brides aren’t nearly as uncommon as one might think. Here are celebrities who got married while they were still in their teens.

Beautiful Olivia Munn married Tao Ruspoli while she was just 19. Although the relationship didn’t work out, that doesn’t mean their early love wasn’t genuine.

Teen bride Courtney Stodden has turned into the celebrity because of her determination to do so. To help her along, she married Lost has been, Doug Hutchinson, while just 17.

Drew Barrymore recently got married; however, it wasn’t her first trip down the aisle. That honor goes to Jeremy Thomas, who Drew married at the tender age of 19.

Actress Demi Moore’s been married three times. While she’s still legally wed to Two and a Half Men’s Ashton Kutcher and still good friends with former spouse, Bruce Wills, neither was her second spouse. That was Freddy Moore. The former General Hospital actress married him not long before she turned 20.

Resident Evil’s Milla Jovovich married Shawn Andrews, while she was just 16. The two met on set and sparks flew. Sadly, the union only lasted a short time.

LeAnn Rimes is holding on to Eddie Cibrian with both hands. However, she tossed away her first husband, Dean Shermont, whom she married at the age of 19.

Molly Cyrus would have to throw together a quick wedding if she wants to join the ranks of teen-aged celebrity brides. That happens next year. So it doesn’t look like Hannah Montana will be one of those famous teen brides.

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