Congratulations to the newly engaged Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus!
Yes, you read that right. On May 31st, 22-year-old Hemsworth proposed to his girlfriend of 3 years, who happily accepted. The two met on the set of The Last Song in 2009.
As a young Hollywood couple - Cyrus is just 19! - the odds of this marriage working out are against the lovebirds. I'm sure you all remember Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' infamous 72-day marriage. Still, the couple has some long-lasting Hollywood relationships to aspire to.
1. Billy Ray Cyrus + Leticia Cyrus.
In 2011, Miley's country singer dad blamed the hit show Hannah Montana for "ruining [his] family." Something must have changed, though, because Billy Ray dropped his divorce papers several months later. Perhaps this was a good lesson for going through the hard times together for the newly engaged daughter? The couple have been married for 19 years.
2. Kurt Russell + Goldie Hawn.
This couple isn't technically married, but that hasn't hindered their 29-year relationship one bit. The two started dating in 1983 and have raised 3 children together, including famed actress Kate Hudson, from Hawn's previous relationship. The pair have no plans to get married, as Hawn told CBS News in April, "The question is, 'Why (get married)?' it's not, 'Why not?' We're in love. I wake up every morning. I love being with him. He brings me coffee. I give him a kiss. It's 'good morning.' We love each other. We fight the way people are supposed to fight. We love our lives together."
3. Will Smith + Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Will Smith and wife Jada are regularly touted as one of Hollywood's strongest marriages, and their is one of the longest-lasting in young Hollywood. The couple's 15-year union has remained strong despite divorce rumors last year, and has produced some pretty talented kids: son Jaden starred in The Pursuit of Happyness and The Karate Kid, and daughter Willow had a Top 20 hit and a viral video with "Whip My Hair." The couple have also raised Trey, Will Smith's son from his first marriage, and both have summer blockbuster releases. Jada starred in Madagascar 3, while Will is reprising his role in the third installment of the Men in Black franchise.
4. Kyra Sedgwick + Kevin Bacon.
Despite the recent revelation that these actors are actually distant cousins, their 23-year marriage is still going strong. The couple, who met on the set of Lemon Sky, have been married since 1988. Sedgwick stars in hit TV show The Closer, and Bacon is known for his prolific screen career that spawned the game "Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon."
5. Paul Newman + Joanne Woodward.
Newman passed away in 2008, but not before celebrating his 50th anniversary that same year with Joanne Woodward, according to the New York Daily News. The two met in 1953, when Woodward was an understudy in "Picnic," Newman's Broadway debut. This marked the beginning of a long personal and professional relationship. Newman and Woodward appeared in several movies together, and Newman directed his wife in Rachel, Rachel, a Best Picture nominee. Newman is famous for telling Playboy about his marriage, "I have steak at home. Why go out for a hamburger?"
6. Martin Sheen + Janet Templeton.
Charlie Sheen's life may be a mess right now, but his parents' marriage certainly isn't to blame. The Hollywood mainstay celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary to wife Janet this past December. Other than Charlie, the pair have 3 more children - actors Emilio, Ramon, and Renee Estevez.
7. Julie Andrews + Blake Edwards.
Blake Edwards, who directed the romantic classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, had a movie-worthy romance of his own with Julie Andrews. The pair met when Edwards directed Andrews in Darling Lili in 1967. Married in 1969, the pair were together for 41 years before Edwards' death in 2010.
8. Michael J. Fox + Tracy Pollan.
In sickness and in health. Michael and Tracy had no idea what they were getting into when they said these vows, as Michael J. Fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease just 3 years after their wedding day. But when this couple said these vows, they meant it. Their union has lasted 24 years, and they have 4 kids together. Fox told Oprah in 2002, "When we married, we married - and that was it. We were in love then, as we are now, and we planned to stay married."
Will Miley and Liam last? Who are your favorite Hollywood couples?