Quickie marriages certainly aren't a new thing in Hollywood. Here, 10 couples who lasted even less time than Kim and Kris.
24 hours: Zsa Zsa Gabor is no stranger to marriage, divorce, and annulments—she's been married nine times. The shortest marriage: Just one day, to eighth husband Felipe de Alba.
55 hours: Britney Spears shocked the world when she married childhood friend Jason Alexander in Las Vegas. The married was annulled 55 hours later, stating that Britney "lacked understanding of her actions."
8 days: Dennis Hopper and Michelle Phillips tied the knot in 1970, only for Hopper to file for divorce eight days later.
9 days: Cher and Gregg Allman were first married on June 30, 1975 in Las Vegas. Nine days later, Cher filed for divorce. The couple later reconciled.
9 days: Carmen Electra and Dennis Rodman were also married in Las Vegas. But nine days after their November 1998 wedding, Rodman filed for an annulment, stating he was of "unsound mind" at the time of the wedding. They remained legally married for the next five months, however, before officially getting a divorce.
2 weeks: Mario Lopez and Ali Landry got married on April 24, 2004 but split two weeks later. The marriage was annulled, allegedly because of infidelities committed by Lopez.
2 weeks: Eddie Murphy and Tracy Edmonds exchanged vows in January 2008 in Bora Bora. Before even making the marriage legal in the US, the couple split two weeks later.
39 days: Drew Barrymore married bar owner Jeremy Thomas on March 20, 1994. They filed for divorce 39 days later.
2 months: Chris Kattan, former SNL star, married model Sunshine Tutt in 2008. After just two months, the couple filed for divorce.
2 months: Pamela Anderson and Rick Saloman's quickie marriage in Las Vegas between magic acts was annulled about two months later, with both parties citing fraud.
—Kristen O'Gorman Klein
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