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Jeff Probst Marries Mark-Paul Gosselaar's Ex-Wife

1206_probst"Survivor" host Jeff Probst just walked down the aisle ... and his new bride is Mark-Paul Gosselaar's ex-wife!

toofab has confirmed Probst, 49, and Lisa Ann Russell, 40, got married Monday in L.A. No other details were immediately available.

This is the second marriage for both.

The two made headlines last year after Probst reportedly took Russell to the Creative Arts Emmys as his date just two months after she and her "Saved by the Bell" star ex-husband filed for divorce.

At the time of the split, Mark-Paul's rep said "They have been separated for a couple of months. There is no third party involved. They are working on their marriage."

Mark-Paul and Lisa have two kids together.

Gosselaar moved on quickly from the split too -- popping the question to girlfriend Catriona McGinn less than three months after his divorce from Lisa was finalized from.

Congrats to Jeff and Lisa!

Comments (7)

She's baaaack:  1028 days ago

He's 39? REALLY, HE'S 39?? I thought he was easily pushing 50. I'm also sure she's reallllly in love with him too. He looks like a little troll.

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Tenfeetall:  1028 days ago

Jeff Probst was born in 1962... So he is 50 years old , not 39

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sc1432:  1028 days ago

Congradulations Jeff and Lisa.

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sugga&spice:  1028 days ago

I wonder if people know what the bible says about divorce and remarrying. I am not a bible thumper, but I know I have read where it says that GOD frowns on divorce, unless there is abuse or adultery committed.. Especially when there are children involved! I do not know the cir****tances of theses peoples relationships but I hope they did not divorce over something trivial such as they just grew tired of eachother, or they wanted to date someone else. I am not judging. GOD knows that I cannot!!

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Hisjules:  1027 days ago

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