Ever fantasized about marrying your celebrity crush? Well, we all have at some time or the other dreamt about being in a relationship with a famous personality. But that's where it ends, in our dreams. In reality, we're happy to just catch a glimpse of our favourite celebrity!
Not for these lucky people though! These 12 fans actually ended up marrying their celeb crush and made us believe in fairytales.
If you genuinely love someone, the universe does find a way to script a 'happily ever after' for you and here's proof.
Legendary Bollywood actor Dilip Kumar got married to his adorable fan, Saira Banu in 1966. The couple has been together for over four decades now and even have a 22 year age gap. Saira was just 16 when Mughal-e-Azam premiered. Saira Banu has repeatedly confessed that she fell in love with the actor when she was just 12 years old.
This is another marriage where a fan-moment turned into a wedding. Priscilla Wager was a huge fan of Elvis Presley right from her childhood and ended up marrying Presley as soon as she turned 21 in the year 1967. Priscilla was just 14 years old when she asked her family friend to introduce her to Presley and the popstar too fell in love with her. The two, however, separated 12 years after getting married.
Dimple Kapadia was a huge Rajesh Khanna fan and the two often bumped into each other at various Bollywood functions. When the then-mega star of Indian Cinema proposed to a 15-year-old Dimple in 1973, she could not say no. The couple even had two daughters together but eventually separated in 1982.
Veteran Bollywood actor Jeetendra also ended up marrying his fan, Shobha, who worked as an air hostess in British Airways. Jeetendra decided to spend the rest of his life with her in 1974 and they had two kids, Ekta and Tusshar Kapoor. The couple is still happily married, giving major #couplegoals to millennials like us.
Billie Joe Armstrong was coolness personified and had millions of fans in the 1990s. But what differentiates him for others is his value for true love. He married a fan called Adrienne Nesser in 1990 after he met her at a Minneapolis concert. The two have remained together ever since.
From salon to church! Yes, you read that right. These two met at Fink's salon where the TV star, Dempsey had gone for a haircut. They exchanged wedding vows in 1999 and Fink continues to be his stylist, and also his ardent fan.
Danny Moder and Julia Roberts met in 2000 during the making of her movie, 'The Mexican'. Danny is a cinematographer and camera operator besides being Julia's biggest fan! The two got married in 2002 in a hush-hush ceremony. Despite recent rumours of trouble in paradise, the two stand strong together.
Imagine you've gone to a concert and the performer falls in love with you. Isn't this what dreams are made of? Well, for Liza Powell, this dream did come true as she ended up marrying Conan O’Brien in 2002. Years after the two got hitched, Conan revealed that he fell for Powel when he saw her in the audience during one of his shows.
National Treasure star Nicholas Cage has millions of fans all over the world but Alice Kim, an American of Korean descent stole his heart after she served his table as a waitress at a Korean-themed restaurant. The two had a 20-year age difference and got married in 2004. Unfortunately, the marriage ended in 2016. The couple even has a son together.
This is one of the happiest marriages in Hollywood. Dark Angels’ Jessica Alba is happily married to Cash Warren since over a decade now. The two met in 2004 during the filming of Fantastic Four and later decided to get hitched. Warren was a huge fan of Alba and was often found admiring the gorgeous talented star from a distance.
The story of Matt Damon and Luciana Bozan will give you the feels. Luciana Bozan, a bartender and a single-mother was a huge fan of Damon and met him when the actor visited the bar. "My crew members dragged me out and I literally saw her across a crowded room, literally," the actor shared in an interview. In fact, Luciana even helped Damon escape a group of autograph-chasers in Miami one night. The couple got married in 2005 and are still going strong.
This is another story of a performer falling in love with someone in the audience. Stand-up comedian Harvey married his fan, Marjorie Bridges in 2007 after he first saw her in Memphis comedy club where he was performing. It was love at first sight for him and he actually announced on stage, "I don’t know who you are but I am going to marry you."
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