Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra’s Dream Wedding

It was one of the most talked about celebrity topics of 2018, and it finally happened! Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra have been married in a dream-like wedding celebration for the ages.

This wasn't just a marriage of two unbelievably gorgeous and talented people, but of traditions -- both Indian and Western.

The unforgettable event unfolded over a 3-day weekend in India. It included a pre-wedding ritual that can best be described as a fierce song-and-dance competition.

The Chopra-side of the family may have had home field advantage, but there are few families on Earth that can compete with the Jonas clan when it comes to music. It's okay -- they kept it fun and friendly.

When it came time to make things official, the couple chose to honor both Christian and Hindu traditions with a two ceremonies.

Now gracing the covers of Vogue and People, the husband and wife are embracing married life in a decidedly fabulous manner.

This dynamic duo has come a long way since that fateful Oscars after party, when Nick got down on one knee and asked Priyanka, "Where have you been all of my life?"

Congrats #Nickyanka!

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