Corey Feldman Marries Courtney Anne in Las Vegas

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Sorry, ladies — Corey Feldman is off the market again.

The former child star turned crooning Grim Reaper picked Tuesday as the big day to tie the knot with girlfriend Courtney Anne, he shared on Twitter. The “Angelic 2 the Core” singer popped the question a week earlier because he didn’t want the Canadian model, whom he has been dating since 2012, to get deported with Donald Trump taking office.

This is the third marriage for the Lost Boys, Stand By Me, and Goonies star, 45, and he did it Vegas style, according to the website Too Fab. The shindig took place at Caesars Palace. We’re certain that an Elvis impersonator was involved, but he hasn’t released photos yet.

Feldman confirmed his wedding news early Wednesday by tweeting out links to stories about his wedding. Earlier in the day he had teased that it was going to be a “super special” day.

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Over the weekend, Corey and Courtney celebrated their joint bachelor/bachelorette at Paris Last Vegas nightclub in Sin City, so they were already in town for several days before they said “I do.”

Their wedding comes just a week after he proposed in Palm Springs, Calif., during a celebration of their four-year dating anniversary. He wrote a note on a small white card that said, “Will you marry me?” with boxes for “Yes” and “No” that she could check. Apparently she had a pen on hand and gave him the answer he was looking for.

Feldman, whose bizarre Today show performance in September got people talking about him again, told People magazine that they had no plans to marry until Trump won the presidential election. He explained, “Seeing as she’s Canadian and with Trump coming in, we didn’t want to risk being separated by new immigration laws.”

Feldman’s two other brides were Susie Sprague (they share a son Zen) and Beverly Hills, 90210’s Vanessa Marcil, whom he secretly married in 1989 and divorced a few years later.

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