Megan Hilty Marries Brian Gallagher, Former Smash Star Weds In Intimate Las Vegas Venetian Chapel

Celebrity News Nov. 3, 2013 AT 10:45AM
Megan Hilty and Brian Gallagher Former Smash star Megan Hilty married her boyfriend Brian Gallagher in a Las Vegas Venetian chapel on Saturday, Nov. 2 Credit: Courtesy of Megan Hilty

What a smashing good time! Megan Hilty has married her longtime boyfriend Brian Gallagher. The former Smash star shared the news via Twitter on Saturday, Nov. 2.

"I married the love if my life tonight at The Venetian Chapel in Las Vegas!" the 32-year-old wrote. "#HeLikedItSoHePutaRingOnIt."

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"We shared a perfect weekend with our family," the actress tells Us Weekly. "To us it's more about the marriage than the actual wedding, which is why we decided to skip the whole engagement thing. We couldn't be happier!"

She adds: "It was only our immediate family. We called them about a week ago and told them. We invited everyone but didn't expect anyone to show up since it was so last minute but they did! It was perfect!"

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The blushing new bride and her new husband also shared photos shortly after the nuptials via Instagram. "WE DID IT!!! #justmarried," Gallagher wrote. Alongside the caption, the two newlyweds were all smiles as they posed for a close-up picture. The two lovebirds showed off their wedding bands as Hilty wore a beige tight-fitted dress with her blonde locks down in waves. 

Former Smash star Megan Hilty shows off her wedding photos after getting married to boyfriend Brian Gallagher in Las Vegas on Saturday, Nov. 2
Former Smash star Megan Hilty shows off her wedding photos after getting married to boyfriend Brian Gallagher in Las Vegas on Saturday, Nov. 2
Credit: Courtesy of Brian Gallagher

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Hilty and fellow actor Gallagher, 33, first met when they were both working on Broadway. The blonde beauty appeared on the musical drama Smash as Ivy Lynn for two seasons, before its cancellation in 2013. She can currently be seen on NBC's Sean Saves the World.

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