“Jackass” alum Bam Margera marries model Dannii Marie: 'Let's go!'

“Jackass” alum Bam Margera marries model Dannii Marie: 'Let's go!'

The former MTV reality star popped the question in October.

Bam Margera and Dannii Marie have said, "I do."

The former Jackass star and his model fiancée got married Tuesday in Socorro, N.M., their manager, Mike Quinn, confirmed to Entertainment Weekly.

According to TMZ, which first reported the nuptials, the newlyweds are in New Mexico filming a movie titled Collecting Souls, in which Marie plays the lead role. Video published by the outlet shows the couple exchanging vows at the Val Verde Hotel, with various cast and crew members in attendance.

<p>Bam Margera/Instagram</p> Bam Margera and Dannii Marie

Bam Margera/Instagram

Bam Margera and Dannii Marie

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"Earth angel, let's go!" an emotional Margera told his bride. "I love you, and I will love you forever and I'll take care of you."

Margera, 44, proposed to Marie in October, and the two frequently post photos of one another on social media. In an Instagram post marking Margera's birthday last September, Marie wrote, "Words cannot express the connection and the bond we share. Keep after your goals and your eyes on the future. I am beyond proud of you and I love being by your side."

The marriage is Margera's third. His ex Nicole Boyd, whom he wed in 2013, filed for divorce last year. They share a son, Phoenix Wolf, who was born in 2017. Margera was also married to Missy Rothstein from 2007 to 2012, with their nuptials chronicled on the MTV series Bam's Unholy Union.

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A skateboarder, stunt performer, and TV personality, Margera is best known for risking life and limb on MTV's Jackass, as well as leading such spinoff shows as Viva La Bam, Bam's World Domination, and Bam's Bad Ass Game Show.

He has also had several run-ins with the law over the years, and been open about struggles with addiction and substance abuse.

In his wedding vows, Margera credited Marie with helping him quit drinking and reconnect with skateboarding, adding, "I cannot thank you enough."

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