It’s a tale as old as time. Boy meets Girl. Boy falls in love with Girl. Girl realizes Boy is an internationally famous super star. Girl and Boy live happily ever after in a gigantic mansion. If you’ve been dreaming of spending life with your favorite celebrity, this list of famous people who married their fans will give you hope.
It may seem like celebrities live in a world of money, fame, and really expensive shoes unto their own. But every once in a while, a star will descend from their lofty place above society and scoop up a regular civilian. It could even by you!
Matt Damon met his wife, a local bartender, while grabbing a drink during a break from filming Stuck on You. Cameraman Danny Moder was such a fan of Julia Roberts’ work on the set of The Mexican, that he married her in 2013. What starts as a whirlwind fairytale romance could soon progress into a celebrity wedding!
The stories of these celebrities who married regular people are sweet, crazy, and totally true. Which means it’s actually possible that a celebrity could fall in love with you. All you have to do is be in the exact right place at the exact right time. Ready to get married?
In May 2018, Matthew Lewis, who is best known for his work as Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter film franchise, married lifestyle blogger Angela Jones. The couple met at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, FL, where Harry Potter fan Jones worked as an event planner.
Matt Damon met his wife Luciana Bozan Barroso when he stopped into a bar where she worked during a break from filming Stuck on You.
Christian Bale met his wife when she was working as an assistant for Winona Ryder.
Ruben Studdard first met his wife Surata Zuri McCants in Wal-mart when he was signing CDs.
Priscilla Presley was a big fan of Elvis Presley when she married him when she was 14 years old.
Jerry Seinfeld met his fan-wife at a gym in New York City.
Katie Holmes was a fan of Tom Cruise long before she married him. She reportedly even kept photos of him in her text book during high school.
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman met through mutual friends and he was reportedly a fan of her work.
Cameraman Danny Moder was such a fan of Julia Roberts’ work on the set of The Mexican, that he married her in 2013.
Mariah Carey’s husband Nick Cannon was a fan of her music before the couple married in 2008.
Conan O’Brien met his wife Liza Powel when she came in as a consultant on his late-night talk show.
Talent agent Jim Toth knows a star when he sees one. He married Reese Witherspoon in 2011.
Patrick Dempsey met his fan-wife Jillian when he stopped into her salon for a hair cut.
Tobey Maguire’s wife Jennifer Meyer is a jewelery designer and a fan of his work.
Adam Sandler’s wife Jackie Titone was a fan of his work long before she was cast in a bit part in Big Daddy. The couple got married a few years later.
Nicolas Cage met his wife Alice Kim when she was working as a waitress in 2004.
Kayte Walsh and her father were reportedly big fans of Cheers and Frasier before she married Kelsey Grammer in 2011.
Kelly Preston was such a fan of John Travolta in Grease that she says that she knew she was going to marry him after seeing the poster.
Steve Harvey met his wife Marjorie when she attended one of his stand-up performances.
Corey Feldman’s wife Susie said, “I knew I would marry Corey ever since I saw Stand By Me.”
Gwyneth Paltrow was a fan of her husband’s band, Coldplay, before she had even met him. They were introduced backstage at one of his performances.
Ringo Starr’s former-wife Maureen was a huge fan of The Beatles and she had a crush on the drummer before they were wed.
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Billie Joe Armstrong met his wife Adrienne when she came to see Green Day perform early in the band’s career.
Amy Railsback was reportedly a fan of Breaking Bonaduce before she married Danny Bonaduce in 2010.
Lee Ryan became engaged to Samantha Miller after she posted sexy photos to his MySpace page.