"I met her and I was so nervous," he told Ellen Degeneres in 2008. "I was like, ‘Oh god, I think I'm going to fall in love with her.' As I shook her hand I went, ‘I like you.'"

"I made some sort of sarcastic comment," he wrote. "Really dry. Nobody got it except her. She laughed, and I noticed ..."

When he was 8 years old, he saw her on TV and said, "Mommy, I want that one." Much later, they met, fell in love, and married.

They had their first kiss on-screen when she was just 15 years old. They had romances with other people, but eventually found each other again and married in 2015.

He saw her in a music video and told a friend, "That one there: That's the girl I'm going to marry."

"I fell in love with her over the phone because she is good with those 140 characters," he told Entertainment Tonight. Now, they're married with two children.

They married after only a few months of dating; she says she prefers "getting married and then getting to know each other."

She told People magazine: "We had made plans for dinner with a mutual friend and the person canceled. We decided to have dinner anyway and never looked back."

He knocked on her hotel room door wearing just a sombrero, underwear, and Ugg boots. "Let's do this," he said.

They were guests at Sir Richard Branson's Necker Island home when it caught on fire (both escaped unharmed).

She called their first meeting a "seismic shift" and said, "He's the best decision I've ever made."

She told Allure magazine: "I didn't meet my husband and think, 'I've met the man I'm going to marry.' I was like, 'he's cute.' But I've never met anyone that I liked more."

He was married to his college sweetheart when they first met, but he ended the marriage saying his attraction to her "just couldn't be denied."

They were introduced by Danny DeVito at a French film festival.

This couple met on the set of a soap opera and proceeded to act out their own real-life romance story.

They were introduced by their agent in 2010, and they married three months later. He told Elle magazine, "There was no light-bulb moment. From the first time we met, we just made sense."

He DM'd her: "Next time I'm in L.A., I'm taking you out for drinks and tacos."

During an interview, the couple playfully argued about how many times he had to propose. He originally said it was twice, but she said it was three times.

She was 16 when she first met him; he was in a band. A decade later, they went on a blind date, and now their married with a kid.

Their romance kicked off at Super Bowl XLVI. "I'd never been turned on like that in my whole life," she told People magazine.

They met on a blind date in 2006. "I knew right away—the first time I saw him," she said. "We sat and talked for three hours."

They met as teenagers, but the romance didn't start until they met again at a dinner years later. Now, their kids are almost as famous as they are.

She said: "I was the loneliest woman in the world, and someone said, 'You should pray for a husband.'" She met him a few weeks later.

The two kept running into each other, but he wouldn't ask her out. Finally her best guy friend walked up to him and said, "This is her number. Use it."

Here's another power couple who started out on a blind date. Their wedding attracted worldwide attention.

They met when she was just 19, and he later explained that he purposefully set out to "dazzle" her.

These two met on the set of a popular talent competition, and he said it was love at first sight.

He had a crush on his wife for years before he met her. He admitted to photoshopping himself in next to her on their family Christmas card.

They went on a double date—but not as a couple. He told People magazine: "It was like the most awkward date for the respective parties because we were just like fireworks coming across."

This married couple developed their romance by flirting on Instagram. "We fell in love before we'd even really held hands or kissed or anything," she said.