According to People magazine's website, R&B singer and the former Mr. Whitney Housten, Bobby Brown, has remarried. Monday, Brown exchanged vows in Hawaii with his manager / fiance Alicia Etheredge. Read on to see other popular places for Hollywood stars to say their "I Do's"
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes cemented their status as TomKat when they got married in an Italian castle, while fellow actors Emily Blunt and John Krasinski with an outdoor ceremony at Villa D'este in Como. For rocker David Bowie and his supermodel wife Iman, it was a church wedding in Florence. Another Italian castle in Tuscany, named Castello di Velona, was the setting of Rachael Ray and John Cusimano's nuptuals.
Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas got hitched at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan. Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z had a more private affair, keeping the details of their wedding quiet. It's known, however, that it took place in New York. On April 25, 2003, Liv Tyler and Royston Langdon held a wedding at a New York City restaurant called Pastis, although they were actually officially married one month before in Barbados. Both Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker wore black to their 1997 wedding ceremony at the Angel Oresanz Synagogue. The 100 guests in attendance didn't know they were going to a wedding. It was a surprise because the bride and groom wanted to avoid media attention.
You might think of Elvis impersonators and marriages that last a matter of hours, ahem...Britney Spears. Yet, plenty of couples have made the Little White Wedding Chappel their choice for their wedding day. The famous couples that have gotten hitched in that spot include Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, Bruce Willis and Demi Moore and Judy Garland and Mark Herron. Even if the marriages didn't last, the location has a permanent spot in Hollywood history.
In 2000, Madonna and Guy Ritchie said "I do" in Dornoch, Scotland at the Skibo Castle, which looks out on the Dornoch Firth. He wore a kilt, and she opted for a Stella McCartney gown. Soccer star David Beckham and Victoria Adams, who was known as Posh Spice during her singing career with the Spice Girls, married in Ireland in 1999. The couple's location of choice in the Emerald Isle was the Luttrellstown Castle on the outskirts of Dublin. Now the castle is a five-star resort. Gwen Sefani and Gavin Rossdale exchanged vows in a London church to an audience of 150 friends and family members.
Nicole Richie and Joel Madden married at Lionel Richie's house and had the reception at the Beverly Hills Hotel. That same location was where Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne renewed their vows at on New Year's Eve 2002/03. The hotel also hosted the nuptuals of John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn in 1998, and Shaquille O'Neal and Shaunie Nelson in 2002. Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale had a vow renewal ceremony in L.A. at the home of Jimmy Iovine, the head of Interscope Records.