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Jinger Duggar and Jeremy Vuolo A photo posted by Jinger Nicole Vuolo (@jinger.n.duggar) on Nov 6, 2016 at 1:01am PDT It's the wedding she was "Counting On"! TLC reality star Duggar and soccer player Vuolo tied the knot on Nov. 5 in the Cathedral of the Ozarks at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas, before nearly 1,000 guests. Vuolo's father Chuck officiated. The 22-year-old and 29-year-old planned to head to Australia and New Zealand for their honeymoon. And if you missed anything, TLC aired the nuptials on a special episode of the show that followed their relationship, "Counting On," which aired Nov. 15. Corey Feldman and Courtney Anne Mitchell Alamy Corey Feldman and Courtney Anne Mitchell step out in November. A former Goonie found his Angel on Nov. 22, as actor/musician Feldman, 45, wed one of his backup singers, 27, at Elton John's Fizz champagne lounge at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, California.

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