Who says you have to date for years before getting a ring? Wonderwall.com is taking a look at celebrities who decided to skip the traditional long dating period and go straight into an engagement, starting with these two lovebirds. Barely a month after rekindling their old, casual romance, Justin Bieber proposed to model Hailey Baldwin on July 7, 2018, in the Bahamas, TMZ reported. Eyewitnesses revealed that the music star popped the question at an island resort while patrons at one of the property's restaurants looked on. "It's kind of a surprise, but kind of not. Justin has been extremely happy these past few weeks," a source told People magazine. "He has known Hailey for a long time. This might seem sudden, but they know each other very well." Justin and Hailey previously, though briefly, dated in 2015 and 2016. They then eloped at a New York City courthouse in September 2018. Keep reading to see which other stars had quick engagements…
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"Saturday Night Live" comedian Pete Davidson and pop star Ariana Grande only dataed for a few short weeks before getting engaged in June 2018. He reportedly popped the question with a $93,000 ring. But they never made it down the aisle. The young couple split a few months later in October 2018.
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After less than two months of publicly dating, Nick Jonas popped the question to Priyanka Chopra, People magazine and Us Weekly reported on July 27, 2018. An insider told People that Nick, 25, closed down a Tiffany & Co. store to buy a ring then proposed on the "Quantico" star's 36th birthday, July 18, in London. They wed a few months later in December in the actress's native India.
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Chris Pratt popped the question to girlfriend Katherine Schwarzenegger in January 2019 — about seven months after they were first spotted together on a date. Chris announced the happy news on Instagram with a post captioned, "Sweet Katherine, so happy you said yes! I'm thrilled to be marrying you. Proud to live boldly in faith with you. Here we go!"
Former NFL player Tim Tebow had only been dating former Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters for about six months before he put a ring on it. "I actually wasn't really nervous [to propose]. I was excited," he told People magazine. "I wanted everything to be perfect and to go smoothly. But I wasn't nervous to actually ask her." The two announced their engagement in January 2019 on Instagram.
Danielle Staub moves fast! The "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star met new beau Olivier Maier, the managing director of a private equity firm, in October 2018. He became her 21st fiancé (yes, she's been engaged 21 times) a few months later when he proposed in St. Barts on Feb. 28, 2019 — six weeks after they started dating and one week after Danielle's divorce from her third husband was finalized. The pair told People magazine they planned to marry four days later on March 4, but on March 3, Danielle and Oliver postponed their nuptials. "Danielle wants to spend a little time with her daughters as this happened very fast and caught them off-guard," an insider told Page Six. On March 4, however, Us Weekly reported that the wedding wasn't just postponed — it was off altogether as the "RHONJ" star and the businessman had already split!
Ryan Lochte claimed to be single throughout the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro but it turns out he wasn't as unattached as he wanted people to believe. The gold medal-winning swimmer publicly confirmed his relationship with former Playboy model Kayla Rae Reid in September 2016 — they'd only started dating earlier that year after meeting on Instagram — and proposed a month later. They welcomed a son in 2017, married in 2018 and are expecting their second child in 2019.
George Clooney swore he'd never marry again but all that changed when human rights attorney Amal Alamuddin entered the picture. The actor proposed in 2014 — nine months after he met her at a dinner party at his home in Italy — and the couple are now happily married with twins, Ella and Alexander.
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom's courtship was the definition of a whirlwind romance! The reality TV star and the NBA player got engaged in September 2009 after dating for only a few weeks and were married exactly one month after they met. Their union was rocked by Lamar's cheating and drug abuse, which led Khloe to file for divorce in late 2013.
"Magic Mike" actor Joe Manganiello proposed to "Modern Family" actress Sofia Vergara on Christmas Eve in 2014 after dating for just over six months. The couple wed almost a year later in Palm Beach, Florida, on Nov. 21, 2015.
Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee might have set the record for the quickest celebrity engagement of all time! The former Playboy model and the Motley Crue drummer spent 96 hours together in Cancun, Mexico, before getting engaged and tying the knot in a bikini and swim trunks in 1995. Their marriage was tumultuous and the couple divorced in 1998 after welcoming two sons together, though they repeatedly got back together and split again for years to come.
"The Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco dated tennis pro Ryan Sweeting for just three months before the two got engaged in September 2013. "It all did move quite fast on paper, but we really did know," she told David Letterman about their quick engagement. The couple married a few months later on New Year's Eve but their love didn't go the distance and they split in 2015.
Love at first sight, perhaps? It sure seemed to be that way when Big Sean proposed to "Glee" actress Naya Rivera in October 2013 after just six months of dating. The couple, who met via Twitter, parted ways in April 2014.
Kim Kardashian West managed not only a quick engagement but also a super-quick marriage and split from Kris Humphries. The reality TV queen accepted the NBA player's proposal in May 2011 after six months of dating. The couple married in a lavish TV wedding three months later in August 2011. Kim then famously filed for divorce just 72 days later.
Kevin Federline and Britney Spears started dating in April 2004 and were engaged just three months later. The twosome wed that fall, quickly had two kids and split in 2006.
The Kardashians clearly fall head over heels fast. Rob Kardashian thought he found "the one" when he proposed to Blac Chyna in April 2016 with a 7-carat diamond ring after just four months of dating. The two called it quits in 2017 after the birth of their daughter, Dream, a failed reality show and multiple toxic fights.
When you know, you know! Benji Madden proposed to Cameron Diaz in December 2014 after just seven months of dating. The two tied the knot just one month later in January 2015. "All of that is like, that's the thing, that's how I know he's my husband," Cameron explained to Andy Cohen in 2016. "No one compares. Everything else just, like, washes and slips away. You realize, like, Oh, this is like the real thing is. This is what real love is. This is what real commitment and devotion is. This is the person you build your life with."
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon fell hard and fast when she cast him to be in her "Bye Bye" video in March 2008. Within weeks, he'd proposed and barely a month later on April 30, they'd married in a sunset ceremony in the Bahamas. Mimi and Nick welcomed twins, Moroccan and Monroe, before splitting in 2014.
Katy Perry and Russell Brand decided that less than four months of dating was enough time for the next step. The couple announced their engagement in January 2010 and wed 10 months later. Fourteen months later on New Year's Eve 2012, he texted her that he was filing for divorce.
Sometimes "the one" is someone you've known since childhood! That was the case for "Mudbound" actress Carey Mulligan and husband Marcus Mumford. The couple were childhood pen pals who reconnected as adults. Marcus popped the question after five months of dating and the couple are now happily married with two children. Aww!
Canadian music stars Chad Kroeger and Avril Lavigne had an instant connection when they met. The pair got engaged in August 2012 after one month of dating, married in July 2013 and separated two years later.
Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise were overcome with love when they started dating in April 2005. Tom proposed to Katie just seven weeks after meeting (and one month after he famously jumped on Oprah Winfrey's couch). The couple married in Italy and welcomed daughter Suri in 2006. Katie left Tom and filed for divorce in 2012.
Country singer Kenny Chesney popped the question to actress Renee Zellweger after only four months of dating. The couple had a surprise wedding in May 2005 but announced their split that September. Renee was later granted an annulment.
Nicolas Cage knew when he met Alice Kim at restaurant in February 2004 that she was "the one." He proposed to the former waitress just a few months later and the pair married in July 2004. They welcomed a son, Kal-El, before separating in 2016.
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder wasted no time getting engaged and tying the knot. The twosome started dating in the summer of 2014 and were engaged by January 2015. They married just three months later and are now the proud parents of a daughter, Bodhi Soleil.
Nikki Reed is a repeat offender when it comes to quick engagements. The "Twilight" actress met former "American Idol" contestant Paul McDonald at a movie premiere in March 2011 and the two were engaged by June. They married in October 2011 and divorced in 2015.
Talk about a quick courtship! Former "19 Kids and Counting" star Josiah Duggar and Lauren Swanson announced their engagement in March 2018, just six weeks after they began courting. They married on June 30 the same year.