More engagements, weddings for Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson in 2024

Yes, they agreed! In 2024, there is a lot of love in the air as famous actors and actresses become engaged or married, and even one of them gets married live on television.

Here is a rundown of all the famous people who have tied the knot in 2024 thus far, including Ed Westwick (who announced his engagement to Amy Jackson on January 29). The "Gossip Girl" actress showed herself getting down on a knee in an Instagram photo. After Jackson and Westwick both typed "Hell YES," the latter added, "I hit the jackpot."

On January 20th, the engagement of "Fantastic Four" actor Ioan Gruffudd and actress Bianca Wallace was announced. "The most precious thing happened," Wallace said in an Instagram photo, displaying her engagement ring. Alice Evans was Gruffudd's ex-wife.

Josh Radnor, who played Howard on "How I Met Your Mother," said on January 19 that he and Jordana Jacobs were married two weeks prior "in a *light* blizzard." "I can’t believe my great good fortune that I get to call this extraordinary woman my wife," he commented.

Star Ashleigh Brewer of "The Bold and the Beautiful" announced her engagement to Mark Bauch on January 14th. She posted an Instagram with the caption, "The most amazing person I've ever met wants to marry me!!While Scott Disick and Kardashian have three children—Mason, Reign, and Penelope—Travis has four children—Alabama, Landon, and his stepdaughter Atiana De La Hoya—from his relationships with Shanna Moakler and his ex-girlfriend.

Stars Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist of "The Golden Bachelor" tied the knot in a January 4th special broadcast by ABC called the "Golden Wedding."

Nist told the groom, "I love you with all my heart and I cannot wait to be your wife," during the aisle speech. Critics were quick to criticize "Bachelorette" star Brayden Bowers for proposing to "Bachelor" alum Christina Mandrell on January 4 at the live "Golden Wedding" of Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist.

According to Bowers' subsequent explanation to USA TODAY, he obtained Turner's and Nist's consent. "They said they would be OK with it," he commented. "They are such an inspiration."