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Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry, 46, married French film actor Olivier Martinez, 47, in a small chateau in Vallery, France, on July 13. Around 60 people were in attendance, and both a dinner and a fireworks display were part of the entertainment.
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Singer Tina Turner, 73, wed long-time partner Erwin Bach, 57, in mid-July at a registry office in Zurich. Shortly after that, they held a star-studded reception at Turner's Swiss villa Algonquin estate on Lake Zurich for 120 guests, including Oprah Winfrey, Sade and David Bowie. The Buddhist-inspired event had guests wearing white or in formal suits, and the villa was reportedly decorated with 70,000 red and yellow roses from Holland.
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Christina Applegate, 41, and musician Martyn LeNoble, 44, tied the knot on Feb. 23 in a private ceremony at their home in L.A. Applegate wore a dress by Maria Lucia Hohan and the couple's rings were designed by Neil Lane.
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Megan Hilty, 32, married the love of "my life," fellow actor/singer Brian Gallagher, 33, at the Venetian chapel in Las Vegas on Nov. 2. The pair took to Twitter to share the surprise with fans, and as Hilty said later, "We were so excited to be married that we skipped the engagement altogether." They met in a fitness class while working on Broadway.
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Singer and producer Pharrell Williams, 40, and model Helen Lasichanh married on Oct. 12 in Miami. The pair were serenaded by Usher and Busta Rhymes, who reportedly gave a small concert.
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Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson, 31, married talent manager Brandon Blackstock, 36, on Oct. 20 in a small ceremony in Tennessee. She broke the news on Twitter the next day, writing, "I'm officially Mrs. Blackstock. We got married yesterday at Blackberry Farms in TN, the most beautiful place ever!" The wedding was small and intimate, with just friends and family in attendance; the bride had revealed earlier that her dress was by Temperley London.
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The nuptials of comedian Seth Meyers and lawyer Alexi Ashe turned out to be a "Saturday Night Live" reunion of sorts. The "Weekend Update" anchor, 39, and his bride said their vows on Martha's Vineyard on Sept. 1, and the guests included Lorne Michaels, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, Kristen Wiig, Amy Poehler, Bill Hader and Fred Armisen, among others.
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Actress Rosanna Arquette, 54, and investment banker Todd Morgan wed after a two-year engagement on Aug. 18 in a private family ceremony in Malibu, Calif. Sources reported that guests included Barbra Streisand.
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Late night host and comedian Jimmy Kimmel, 45, tied the knot with "Jimmy Kimmel Live" co-head writer Molly McNearney, 35, on July 13 in Ojai, Calif. Many famous friends of the couple were in attendance, including Matt Damon and wife Luciana, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Aniston and fiance Justin Theroux, and Howard Stern.
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Patrick Stewart, 73, who through his Twitter feed showed what a great time he was having during 2013 with songwriter and girlfriend Sunny Ozell, 35, announced in a tweet on Sept. 8 that he and she were "yes, married." The private ceremony was officiated by Stewart's pal and "X-Men" co-star Ian McKellen.
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Stars of two iconic TV series ("Little House on the Prairie" and "Thirtysomething") Melissa Gilbert, 49, and Timothy Busfield, 56, wed on April 24 at San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, Calif. The bride wore red and carried similarly-colored flowers. It was the third wedding for both.
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Jesse Tyler Ferguson decided to start his own "Modern Family" with Justin Mikita on July 20, as the two wed in Manhattan. The ceremony included 200 guests, including Ty Burrell, Isaac Mizrahi and Zachary Quinto. Ferguson, 37, and Mikita, 27, had dated for two years and got engaged in Mexico in 2012.
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Actors Dax Shepard, 38, and Kristen Bell, 33, didn't want to get married until marriage equality was achieved, but once the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act they quickly headed to the Beverly Hills, Calif., County Clerk's Office, and wed on Oct. 17 in a ceremony Shepard later revealed cost just $142.
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Emmy winner Aaron Paul, 33, married longtime girlfriend Lauren Parsekian, 24, at Calimigo's Ranch in Malibu, Calif., on May 26. The pair had been engaged since New Year's 2012, when Paul proposed during a trip to Paris. "A day will never go by without me reminding me how special you are," he tweeted to her later.
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Singer John Legend, 34, and supermodel Chrissy Teigen, 27, kept it real with their official wedding ceremony, tying the knot during New York's fashion week in September before jetting off to Italy to have another ceremony and lavish celebration at Lake Como on Sept. 14. At the courthouse, both bride and groom were all in black, but she switched to a Vera Wang gown for the Italian portion of their wedding whirlwind.
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The force was with filmmaker George Lucas, 69, who tied the knot with longtime girlfriend Mellody Hobson, 44, on June 22 at Lucas' Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, Calif. On the guest list: former Senator Bill Bradley (who gave away the bride), Van Morrison and Janelle Monae, who both performed.
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Actress Kiera Knightley, 28, wed musician James Righton, 30, in a French village on May 4 after dating for about two years. They exchanged vows at the town hall in Mazan, in the south of France, where Knightley owns a home. Just family and witnesses were present.
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After five years together, comedian Andy Samberg, 35, married musician Joanna Newsom, 30, on Sept. 21 in Big Sur, Calif., at the Post Ranch Inn. Zac Posen customized the bride's dress. Guests included Adam Sandler, Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler.