Anne Hathaway began dating actor/jewelry designer Adam Shulman in November 2008, only six months after her very public breakup with real state developer Raffaello Follieri. After what appeared as a much lighter relationship for Hathaway, the actress announced her engagement to Shulman over Thanksgiving weekend. UPI/Rune Hellestad
Chaz Bono, the transgender son of Sonny and Cher, proposed to his longtime girlfriend Jennifer Elia in Seatlle. Bono popped the question while he and Elia were filming his reality show "Being Chaz," and the moment will air in the upcoming 1-hour special of his show. UPI/Jim Ruymen
Former Baywatch stud David Charvet married television personality Brooke Burke in August 2011. The couple resides in California with their four children, two of which are from Burke's previous relationship. UPI/Lori Shepler
Disney Channel actress Brenda Song became engaged to Trace Cyrus (Miley Cyrus' brother) in October 201. Cyrus announced the couple's engagement over Twitter. Trace is seen to the left of the photo of his family. (UPI Photo/ Phil McCarten)
Trace Cyrus, Brandi Cyrus, Noah Cyrus, Tish Cyrus, Billy Ray Cyrus (L to R) attend the motion picture drama "The Last Song", at the Arclight Cinerama Dome in Los Angeles on March 25, 2010. UPI/Jim Ruymen
Singer Nick Lachey began dating Vanessa Minnillo in 2006 after she stared in one of his music videos. The couple married in July 2011 on Sir Richard Branson's private Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands. UPI/Jim Ruymen
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