Here comes the bride again and again and again. ET's Mark Steines has a list of stars who never tire of saying "I Do." Triggering the now-common trend, Denzel and Pauletta Washington renewed their vows way back in 1995.
Already Mr. and Mrs., Rockstar Ozzy Osbourne professed his continued love for wife Sharon on New Years 2003. Another family of reality fame followed suit. Outlasting daughter Kim Kardashian's puny 72-day marriage, Kris and Bruce Jenner partook in a re-commitment ceremony in Bora Bora to mark their 20th anniversary.
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Holly Robinson Peete screamed her elatedness from the rooftop, tweeting a series of photos of her special Valentine's Day reception this year at the Empire State Building. On the contrary, Victoria and David Beckham kept their reported 2006 second tying of the knot hush-hush for two years. In the game of love, Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell went all in on 11/11/11, reinforcing their plans to stay with one another forevermore.
It's a sad case of irony that the now-defunct couple of Heidi Klum and Seal inspired Josh Duhamel and Fergie to ring the wedding bells again on their anniversary. Josh put a twist on the traditional tux for the occasion, jokingly telling Mark, "I actually wore what she wore in the wedding... It was a little emasculating, but you know what, whatever makes her happy."
Video: Josh Duhamel on Renewing Wedding Vows to Fergie
TLC has really capitalized on weddings. In a series of crossover episodes, 19 Kids and Counting's Michelle Duggar, Cake Boss' Lisa Valastro, and Jon and Kate Plus 8's Kate Gosselin went shopping at Say Yes to the Dress' featured boutique Kleinfeld's for bridal gown #2. The vow renewals were then featured on each couple's individual shows. The Gosselins have since gone their separate ways, but the other two remain blissfully in love.
For all these couples, let's hope the honeymoon phase never has time to wear off. Watch Entertainment Tonight and refer back to ETonline as more stars sashay down the aisle time and time again.