Whether they have a secret ceremony, or something so lavish it’s incomprehensible, there’s nothing quite like celebrities getting married. This list will feature all of the recent celebrity marriages of 2020.
The first celebrity wedding news of 2020 comes from Kathy Griffin, who tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Randy Bick on New Year’s Day. With Lily Tomlin as the officiant, she kicked off the celebrity weddings 2020 list right. Check back throughout the year to see all of the celebrities who just got married. This list will include recent celeb marriages, as well as details about the famous relationships. The recently married celebrities might even surprise you.
Read on below to learn about recent celebrity weddings and the latest celebrity marriages in 2020.
Scarlett Johansson And Colin Jost
Meals on Wheels revealed on Instagram on October 29, 2020, that Colin Jost and Scarlett Johansson tied the knot. The pair had apparently decided to use their wedding as a way to bring attention to the organization, which provides meals to vulnerable older adults. "We’re thrilled to break the news that Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost were married over the weekend in an intimate ceremony with their immediate family and love ones, following COVID-19 safety precautions as directed by the CDC," the post read.
Jost and Johansson were first linked in May 2017, before taking their relationship public at the American Museum of Natural History Gala together in December of that year. They confirmed their engagement in May 2019.
Fortune Feimster And Jacquelyn Smith
The Mindy Project actress Fortune Feimster wed longtime girlfriend Jacquelyn Smith in Malibu on October 23, 2020. The two had been dating for five years.
“It was something small. We only had a couple of good friends there. We all had COVID tests. We purposefully kept it small for the reasons of it being during a pandemic," Feimster told People. The couple's Pomeranian Biggie served as their ring bearer.
Dynasty star Liz Gillies married composer Michael Corcoran on August 8th, with Liz making the announcement via a series of instagram posts featuring the couple in their wedding attire and during the ceremony, simply captioning them "8•8•20."
The couple originally planned to marry on planned to get married on April 25, but delayed the nuptials due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Said Gillies to Vogue, " It would have been in poor taste to burden people by asking them to risk their lives to come to our wedding." They eventually decided to scale down the ceremony as well for safety reasons.