Celebrities That Married Fans

12 Famous Couples Who Give Us All Hope That We Might Marry A Celeb One Day

All of these celebs married their fans... it isn't impossible.


With the recent engagements of Arianna Grande to Pete Davidson and Justin Bieber to Hailey Baldwin, fanbases worldwide (male and female) have exploded with both happiness and despair. Mainly teenage girls who have had dreams of marrying Bieber since his debut, or guys who hoped for Hailey Baldwin. Either way, these next celebrities all did the complete opposite: Married fans. Here are 12 celebs that made fan's dreams coming true by dropping down on one knee!

1. Patrick Dempsey


McDreamy's wife was once an adoring fan just like the rest of us, but she was also a hair stylist. Patrick just so happened to make an appointment with this lucky lady (Jillian Fink) and the rest was history after their marriage in 1999.

2. Nicholas Cage


Cage met his wife while she was working at a restaurant. A few months after the two met in 2004, they were married.

3. Matt Damon


Luciana Barroso, the woman who helped Matt Damon escape fans who were seemingly chasing him down. After this they began dating, eventually getting married in 2005 and have been happy ever since.

4. Anne Hathaway


This "princess" (get it... "Princess Diaries") married her husband, Adam Schulman in 2012 after they had been dating for four years. The two were shockingly set up by friends. The moral of the story is, listen to your friends when it comes to relationships.

5. Julia Roberts


What a gorgeous woman she is. The unlikely pair of an actress and a cameraman became one in the year 2000. While on the set of a movie, the two instantly connected and were married two years later.

6. Reese Whitherspoon


Witherspoon's husband's job is literally to advocate for her. He gets paid to be her biggest fan. If that's not the energy you're coming with, then skrrrrttt.

7. Adam Sandler


Sandler's wife was brought in to his life through mutual friends. She was a fan of his before and was thrilled to be given a part in his movie "Big Daddy." Since 2003 when they wed, the two have starred in a number of movies together.

8. Tobey Maguire


The greatest Spider-Man of all time met his now-wife on the set of a different movie and the two then were engaged by 2006.

9. Steve Harvey


Majorie was a member of the crowd one day during Steve's show. During that show, Steve said he was going to marry her someday. Although they lost contact for a while, the two did end up marrying in 2007, two years after they reconnected.

10. Jessica Alba


Alba, a VERY well-known actress, met her now-husband on the set of "Fantastic Four." He was not a star in the movie, he simply worked there. Maybe there's hope for everyone.

11. John Travolta


Okay, this one may not count as much. Travolta and his wife, Kelly Preston, met while filming a movie together. BUT she was a fan of his before.

12. Conan O'Brien


Talk show host Conan O'Brien spotted his now-wife in the audience of one of his shows. He said he fell in love with her that day and the two married in 2002.

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10 Reasons Why Tom Holland Is The Definition Of Total Boyfriend Material

He's the adorable British dork of our dreams.


Tom Holland first stormed onto the scene as Spiderman in "Captain America: Civil War" in 2016, and we all loved his performance in the movie. However, now that time has gone on, there's another reason he's stolen all of our hearts: He's one hundred percent boyfriend material! He's absolutely adorable, is a complete dork without ever meaning to, and he loves all dogs. There are so many reasons Tom Holland is perfect boyfriend material, but here are ten of the most important reasons.

1. Let's start with the obvious: He's Spiderman.


What girl wouldn't want to date a superhero? Spiderman is one of the best superheroes ever so it would be amazing to date the actor who plays him. Also, if you didn't cry during Tom Holland's final performance in "Infinity War", you're lying.

2. He loves dogs.


Not only does he have a cute pit bull named Tessa, but he also seems to make friends with every dog he meets. It would be so wonderful to play with dogs with him!

3. He's always down for adventures.


One of the best parts of dating someone is getting to try new things and go on adventures with them. Since Tom travels the world all the time to promote his movies, you and he could maybe take time every now and then to try something new, like surfing!

4. He's that adorable British boyfriend you've always dreamt of.


Yes, celebrities like Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch have a more "suave Brit" personality about them, but Tom Holland is the "adorable Brit" every girl has ever dreamt of dating. He's pretty much cornered the market at this point.

5. He's just a really big dork.


I mean, just look at him! I don't think there would be anyone better to laugh or do dorky things with than Tom Holland.

6. He's got a great group of friends.


I don't know about you, but I would love to hang out with Zendaya and Jacob Balaton. All three of these guys just seem like perfect squad goals.

7. He truly loves and appreciates the people in his life.


Tom always shows his gratitude for every opportunity he's been given and never hesitates to support his co-stars. That, to me, is true friendship.

8. He's got a great sense of style.


That is one classy outfit right there. And the muscles are a great bonus.

9. He's well-traveled.


How awesome would it be to see the world with Tom as he goes on promotional tours? Think of all the cool things you could experience together!

10. He's a pure ray of sunshine who deserves the world.


Breaking News: Local Boy is a Literal Angel. He is the Brightest Ray of Sunshine.

So ladies, if you're looking for the perfect boyfriend, look no further than Tom Holland.

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We Can't Just 'Cancel' Everything, There Have To Be Boundaries

Where do we draw the line?


We've all seen the news over the past few days. We all know who James Charles & Tati Westbrook are and what they've done. I'm not going to sit here and attempt to a) re-tell this drama or b) persuade you to think one way or another, but rather to direct you towards the bigger picture.

Cancel culture.

To be 'canceled' is, essentially, "used like a massive, informal boycott when someone or something in the public eye offends ...or when we're just over them." For instance, after Olivia Jade and her family were caught up in the college admissions scandal? #Canceled. Comedian Louis C.K admitting to sexual harassment? #Canceled. Jussie Smollet faking a racially-charged attack? #Canceled. Ironically, both Roseanne Barr and her show Roseanne were #Canceled. Lol. You get the point?

But what exactly is the criteria for cancelation? Many other celebrities have hit rock bottom in the past and managed to climb their way back to the top unscathed, but why have these celebs reached the point of no return? Take Kanye for example: he openly supports President Trump, he's called slavery "a choice," he's been discriminatory towards the handicapped, he speaks irrationally and radically on Twitter, that whole Taylor Swift debacle — the list goes on. At the time, these events seemed pretty serious with Twitter users commenting, "He is not a free thinker. He is a free moron who doesn't read." and thousands of others unfollowing the celebrity on all social media platforms. However, "West hasn't entirely been canceled. He's still afforded a platform, power, a voice." Despite each knockdown, he's managed to scrape himself back off the ground and project his redeemable qualities of being family-oriented, humorous, and a decent musical artist.

The same goes for Jordyn Woods. People were so quick to "cancel" her after the cheating scandal with Tristan Thompson. The internet quite literally exploded days after the news broke with memes, nasty comments, and photos just dragging her entire existence. Shockingly, after an interview with Jada Pinkett Smith where she revealed her side of the story (playing the victim card), the world was suddenly empathetic?? In less than a week, the narrative was flipped and audiences were running to her defense saying, "It wasn't her fault" and "How brave of her to share her story." Now, Jordyn claims to be happier than ever, thriving within her modeling career and clothing line.

Again, I ask, what allows some people to bounce back from life-altering scandals while others have no chance to redeem themselves? Is it a legality thing? Does age, race, or gender play a part in it? As media gatekeepers, the fate of these celebrities is quite literally in our hands. We decide whose career/life gets ruined, whose issues are worth overlooking, who deserves to be publicly shamed, etc. We must remember that these celebrities are people, too. They have families, feelings, children, personal lives that don't involve the outside world. Rather than "canceling" someone, why don't we re-direct them towards the truth or encourage that they seek help? We can still continue the conversation and acknowledge that what these individuals have done is wrong without spewing negativity online. It's 2019 — let's do better and let's be better.

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