Clint Eastwood's 20-year-old daughter Francesca Eastwood is now a married woman. The " Mrs. Eastwood & Company" star and 2013 Miss Golden Globe has tied the know with Jonah Hill's brother, Jordan Feldstein.
The news was first reported by TMZ, who say they exchanged vows at the Simple Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, after filing for a marriage license on Sunday (November 17). A source tells Us Weekly that the couple haven't been together very long, "but when in Vegas!" That's definitely the sign of a union meant to last forever.
Las Vegas is the unofficial home of the quickie wedding, with many celebrities getting them over time. Sadly, most of the more well-known unions didn't exactly work out. Below, check out five other celebrity Vegas weddings that didn't make it out. Do Francesca and Jordan have better odds?
Teen bride Courtney Stodden married 53-year-old actor Doug Hutchison on May 20, 2011. They announced their separation on November 6, 2013.
"Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson married Paris Hilton's sex tape costar Rick Salomon on October 6, 2007. They had it annulled two months later.
Stephanie Tanner herself, "Full House" star Jodie Sweetin, married her second husband Cody Herpin in Vegas on July 14, 2007. Sweetin filed for separation a little over a year later, on November 19, 2008.
One of the more infamous Las Vegas weddings saw pop star Britney Spears get married to childhood friend Jason Alexander on January 3, 2004. Their union lasted 55 hours, with Spears saying she didn't understand their actions.
The exception to the rule on this list is Mike Tyson. The boxer married girlfriend Lakiha Spicer on June 6, 2009 and they're still going strong.
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