by Quassan Castro, Jet
Surprise or secret nuptials always make for fun and colorful teatime. Celebrities that get hitched without saying a word until months later or days later, you have to admit, makes for better publicity than the planned weddings we know about months in advance. Boring!
Anyhoo, the deets are spilled on past and present surprise and secret celebrity marriages. And by the way, we’re keeping our eye on Halle Berry whom sources say will get hitched to Olivier Martinez, the father of her second, soon-to-be born child, this very weekend… Hope we didn’t spoil the fun! Updated on 7/14: Berry and Martinez did tie the knot. Congrats!
JANET JACKSON & WISSAM AL MANA
Janet Jackson married billionaire Wissam Al Mana in February 2013. Who knew she was even dating Wissam? That relationship was under wraps for eons. The pop star admitted to marrying Wissam in secrecy. Tongues wagged even more when reports flew around that the vivacious Ms. Jackson converted to Islam followed by her marriage to Wissam.
Remember, Janet also had a secret marriage to James Debarge in the 80s.
WIZ KHALIFA & AMBER ROSE
First comes baby then comes marriage, at least according to the lives of Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose, the amazingly talented duo officially became a married couple. Amber, 29 and Wiz, 25 both used social media to announce they are in fact married. On Monday, Wiz tweeted, “Me and Amber got married today. Wedding’s this fall. Thought I’d let ya’ll know.” Let’s assume the families received word prior to the world on twitter.
KERRY WASHINGTON & NNAMDI ASOMUGHA
Male fans of Kerry Washington mourned the stars recent marriage as they lost the spicy Scandal star to football player Nnamdi Asomugha. The two lovebirds say they did not even think they were a suitable pair in the start of the love union that turned into marriage.
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