Top 3 Celebs who had their marriages annulled

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NBA player Kris Humphries and his then wife reality TV personality, Kim Kardashian, on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno at NBC Studios on October 4, 2011 in Burbank, California.  Photo by Kevin Winter/ NBCUniversal/ Getty Images
NBA player Kris Humphries and his then wife reality TV personality, Kim Kardashian, on the Tonight Show With Jay Leno at NBC Studios on October 4, 2011 in Burbank, California. Photo by Kevin Winter/ NBCUniversal/ Getty Images

Hollywood divorces are common, but some stars are so over the relationship that they want to pretend they never existed. Here are the top 3 celebs who had their marriage annulled:

Renée Zellweger

The Oscar winner met singer Kenny Chesney at a charity event in January 2005, and by April, they were married. Four months, the couple filed for an annulment, explaining that they just wanted different things in life.

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Nicolas Cage

Nick tied the knot with makeup artist Erika Koike in Las Vegas in 2019, making this his fourth marriage. He filed to have the whole thing revoked just four days later, claiming that he had been too drunk to know what he was doing.

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And the top spot goes to Kim Kardashian

Kim infamously had her wedding to basketball star, Kris Humphries taped for her reality show. Then she annulled the marriage less than two months later, leaving many fans to speculate that the whole thing had been nothing but a publicity stunt.

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