Jimmy Kimmel Weds Molly McNearney in Star-Studded Ceremony

July 14, 2013 15:44:15 GMT

The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host ties the knot for a second time at Oija Valley Inn with the likes of Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston and Ellen DeGeneres in attendance.

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Congratulations are in order for Jimmy Kimmel. The late-night talk-show host has married his longtime girlfriend Molly McNearney, one of the writers on his show, Saturday, July 13 in Oija, California. They exchanged vows in front of around 300 guests.

According to Us Weekly, McNearney walked down the aisle with her father. After swapping vows, she exited with her new husband to George Harrison's "My Sweet Lord". In a picture obtained by PEOPLE, the bride donned a white strapless gown and the groom suited up.

The couple hosted the wedding at Oija Valley Inn. They kicked it off with rehearsal dinner at a big barn near the inn on Friday and will extend the celebration on Sunday in a wedding brunch.

They were joined by the likes of Ben Affleck and wife Jennifer Garner, Matt Damon and spouse Luciana, Jennifer Aniston and fiance Justin Theroux, Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia De Rossi, and Emily Blunt and husband John Krasinski.

It's his second marriage. He was previously married to Gina. They have two children together. Kimmel, 45, proposed to McNearney, 35, last year during a vacation in South Africa.


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posted by @eds on Jul 14, 2013
it's gina kimmel, i suppose. but, maybe (in my opinion) the writer left it out because obviously it's not her actual born name. who knows, maybe she has got married again after splitting from Kimmel. If that's the case, she would be longer be gina "kimmel" right?!!!
posted by writinginmyhead on Jul 14, 2013
Also, "He was previously married to 'Gina.'" That's it? Just "Gina?" Like there is only one "Gina" in the world? Like "Cher?" Her maiden name was "Maddy." I found that by a simple internet search. I don't even get paid to do this. You do. I know middle schoolers who would have done a better job with this article.

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