If any of you can show just cause why they may not lawfully be married, speak now: or else forever hold your peace. Hey, mum's the word; we're cool. And besides, we want to rumba at the reception. Among the stars who have done the connubial cha-cha since last summer's Weddings issue—scattered dreamy-eyed across the following 60 pages—several surprised us with their fast footwork and snappy steps. Baywatch's bountiful Pamela Anderson, for instance, cut in on Heather Locklear's ex, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee. She married him wearing a bikini on a Mexican beach just five days I after meeting him. Not to be left behind at Melrose Place, Locklear boogied down the aisle with Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora. And a pregnant Roseanne, in red velvet, added a third name to her dance card: former bodyguard Ben Thomas. (Her previous ex Tom Arnold is scheduled to wed college student Julie Champnella this month.)

Other famous couples have learned to make their honeymoons last by renewing their marriage vows. Barbara Mandrell and hubby Ken Dudney marked 25 years together with a bash that included dancing on their Nashville estate's helicopter pad. After 14 years of marriage, Lisa and Dustin Hoffman celebrated with a Polynesian ceremony in Tahiti. And Baywatch's David Hasselhoff and wife of six years Pamela Bach retied the knot in Hawaii. Which proves, contrary to popular thinking, that not all celebrities change partners every time
they do the wedding march.