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Crystal Harris went through with it this time. On New Year's Eve, Hugh Hefner got married. Apparently whatever Crystal could do to Hugh, Holly Madison could not do. Or want to do. Do you blame her though? Would you want to? After dumping Hugh just five days before they were supposed to get married last year and running off with Dr. Phil's son and selling her engagement ring, Crystal managed to not only get back in the good graces of Hugh but also marry the 86 year old who took a whole box of Viagra to try and celebrate his honeymoon which began at 5pm and ended promptly at 530p so he could get his 12 hours of sleep. Crystal appears to have worn white and then stripped to nothing for a photoshoot.
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