Jodie Sweetin, who starred on TV's Full House for eight seasons, is a new bride, a celebrity news site reported Saturday.
Sweetin, 25, exchanged vows with Cody Herpin, 30, last week at the Little Church of the West, a Las Vegas Strip wedding chapel, says CelebTV.com, citing a marriage certificate from the Clark County recorder's office.
This has to be the most surprising celebrity wedding since Amy Winehouse and Blake Fielder-Civil.
The Associated Press was able to reach a representative for the actress to confirm that Sweetin and Herpin tied the knot. Congratulations!
Jodie Sweetin played the middle child, Stephanie Tanner, on Full House. Then she grew up - literally - and has recently been sporting some rather big boobs. Nice.
Prior to tying the knot with Cody Herpin, Jodie Sweetin was married for four years to a Los Angeles police officer and semi-pro tennis player.
She and Shaun Holguin married in 2002, with many friends and family on hand, as well as former Full House stars. No word on whether the Olsen Twins were drinking underage.
Shortly after her first nuptials, however, Sweetin began abusing crystal meth. Her addiction lasted for a little over two years, and her friends, family, and husband were unaware.
In 2005, after being in the ER from the effects of alcohol and meth, she checked into rehab - voluntarily, unlike Britney Spears, who had to be dragged kicking and screaming.
"One minute, everyone loves you, everyone wants you, you're it," Jodie Sweetin said of her fall. "And the next minute, they're like, 'Who? Oh no, never mind.'
In February 2006, she appeared on Good Morning America to publicly announce her meth addiction, mentioning that five of her teeth rotted away. She and Holguin divorced in 2006.
Yikes. Well, that was then and this is now. Hopefully Cody Herpin can keep his wife, who's now the host of Pants Off Dance Off, out of her pants and on the right track.