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Vote on whether these couples will stay together

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Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt

Rumor has it these two plan to get hitched in front of The Hills' cameras for the series finale. Let's check the Speidi relationship scorecard: In December 2007, they broke off an engagement. Less than a year later, the two eloped to Mexico after one too many shots of tequila. Once it was determined their wedding wasn't legally binding, the two couldn't gather the nerve to seal the deal at the courthouse. Sounds like the two have a long future ahead of them.
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Elisabeth Moss and Fred Armisen

Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss and Saturday Night Live star Fred Armisen announced their engagement less than a week after we learned they were dating. Let's hope the duration of their marriage isn't as quick. But the bigger question is: Will they have a Scientology wedding?
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Karina Smirnoff and Maksim Chmerkovskiy

This Dancing duo got engaged moments before the clock struck midnight on New Years 2009 — only six months after Smirnoff and her former celeb partner Mario Lopez called it quits. Looks like these two are hot to trot down that aisle.
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Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds

ScarJo and Ryan Reynolds tied the knot at a remote wilderness resort outside Vancouver in a low-key ceremony. You've got to give the guy some credit — it's no small feat to marry Esquire's Sexiest Woman Alive. But will he hang on to her?
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Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are so committed to each other that they actually exchanged vows twice. The first time around, the two officially wed in a small ceremony in Santa Monica, Calif. Round two of their "I dos" happened five weeks later at the supermodel's Santa Teresa, Costa Rica home in front of about 25 guests — and reportedly, gunshots.
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Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga

The American Idol alum-turned-Oscar winner got engaged to former I Love New York 2 contestant David Otunga on her 27th birthday. How can you not fall head-over-heels for a man who boasts the stage name "Punk" on a reality show?
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Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett

Girls Next Door star Kendra Wilkinson and Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Hank Baskett plan to get hitched at Hef's humble abode. The Playboy mogul will also give Wilkinson away — just like any good grandfather ex-boyfriend would do.
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Josh Duhamel and Fergie

After a $1.5 million ceremony with crystal chandelier trees and a honeymoon in Dubai, we hope this "Glamorous" wedding between Fergie and the Las Vegas star will last. That's quite an investment to flush down the The Dutchess' royal toilet.
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Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams

After a month-long engagement, Mandy Moore and her rocker beau Ryan Adams quietly tied the knot in a tiny ceremony in Savannah, Ga. The two had been dating on-and-off for a year, and Adams follows in a long line of Moore paramours, which includes Wilmer Valderrama, fellow newlywed Andy Roddick, Zach Braff and DJ AM.
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Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter

These two Dexter stars took us all by surprise when they eloped on New Year's Eve after trying to keep their year-and-a-half relationship under wraps. Normally, we'd be thrilled for these two lovebirds, but the fact that the two are TV brother and sister is just a little icky.
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Anna Torv and Mark Valley

Although Anna Torv and Mark Valley weren't destined to be together forever on Fringe, things fared much better for the two in real life. The couple secretly got hitched in a private ceremony after dating quietly for several months. They only announced their hush-hush wedding to the crew when they learned Valley was written off the show.
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Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault

Salma Hayek met her billionaire hubby in Italy in 2006 and welcomed baby girl, Valentina Paloma, in 2007. The two called off their engagement shortly after, but later ended up marrying in a small civil ceremony on Valentine's Day in Paris. Perhaps she finally realized he owns Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Balenciaga. Hey, we'd snatch him up too.
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Bruce Willis and Emma Heming

Bruce Willis and model Emma Heming exchanged vows in a small ceremony held at Willis' home in Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos. Willis does have ex-wife Demi Moore beat on the cradle-robbing front — he is 23 years older than his new bride, while Moore is 15 years older than Ashton Kutcher.
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Danica McKellar and Mike Verta

Little Winnie Cooper is all grown up, and she proved it by marrying longtime boyfriend, Mike Verta. McKellar's sister and Wonder Years costar, Crystal McKellar (Becky Slater), served as maid of honor.
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Anna Faris and Chris Pratt

Anna Faris will be trading in her House Bunny ears for a veil when she weds fiancé Chris Pratt — her second wedding in five years. Maybe Hef can give her away too?
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Alyssa Milano and David Bugliari

Yes, gentlemen, your childhood crush, Samantha Micelli, is off the market again, as she is gearing up for husband No. 2. But unlike her last wedding, we're fairly certain Shannen Doherty will not be serving as her bridesmaid. Plus, we're hoping this won't end in a broken engagement like her previous one with Scott Wolf. Remember that?