Everywhere you turn, it looks as if some celebrity couple is getting married. If the celeb happens to be someone like Kim Kardashian or Tom Cruise, then you know the ceremony is going to be some lavish event. Cruise opted to give then-wife Katie Holmes, a fairytale style wedding, complete with a 15th century castle in Rome and fireworks. Kim Kardashian took her lavish nuptials one step further when she turned her notorious wedding to Kris Humphries into a media event. Even her second marriage to rapper Kanye West was prominently featured on the Disaster Movie star’s reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
However, not all famous people like the idea of photographers snapping pictures as their 150-plus guests walk down a rose-petal-filled trail to a tent filled with doves. In fact, some prefer private ceremonies away from the media, as well as opting for a more low-key, less high profile setting. Heck, some celebrities even go one step further and decide to even keep their famous friends out of the loop and instead, celebrate their union quietly and with a more intimate feel. Sometimes, that is actually how a wedding should be.
10 Jeremy Renner
9 Michael Ealy
8 Matt Damon
7 Giovonni Ribisi
6 Kristen Bell and Dax Shephard
5 Jessica Alba
4 Kelly Clarkson
3 Anne Hathaway
2 Marilyn Monroe
1 Barry Manilow
Singer Barry Manilow is widely known for hits such as Mandy and I Write the Songs, yet he is also famously private when it comes to his personal life. This is why the crooner’s recent marriage to his longtime manager Gary Kief, came as a surprise to many, even his guests. In April 2015, Manilow invited about 20 to 30 people to his Palm Springs, California home for lunch, then surprised them with the nuptials. No paperwork was present at the time, however both Manilow and Kief exchanged rings. Still the ever tight-lipped type, Manilow nor his reps have made any official comments on the ceremony. The Copacabana singer was previously married for a short time during the 60’s.
Sources: huffingtonpost.com, eonline.com, usmagazine.com, history.com, people.com
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