Jodie Marsh secretly ties knot with her boyfriend James Placido in a secret ceremony.
- Jodie Marsh secretly ties knot broke the news on Instagram last night.
- Jodie has been famously vocal about her vows of celibacy, which she took four years ago.
- Fans are still getting over the surprise news that Jodie Marsh has married her best friend, James Placido.
Jodie Marsh wrote in Instagram; “I have news,” she said. “I just married the love of my life, my soul mate, my best friend; James Placido I love you and I’m so proud to be your wife, I promise to love you, support you, encourage you, help you and I promise to make you laugh every day of our lives.”
The former Celebrity Big Brother’ star Jodie Marsh has been married once before to Matt Peacock following her reality TV search for a husband in 2007 but the couple split after three months.
“We do have so many pics from yesterday and we had two different outfits each (for those asking haha) but you’ll have to wait as for now…We are just enjoying our first day as husband and wife & it’s not a priority to be putting out pics haha. Hope that’s ok with you all…We didn’t tell anyone as we wanted a very private, romantic and beautiful wedding. It was all of the above,” Jodie Marsh secretly ties knot said.
Jodie Marsh is an English media personality, bodybuilder and occasional glamour model. She has featured topless in lads’ mags and tabloid newspapers and appeared in her own reality show, Totally Jodie Marsh.
Marsh was working at Stringfellows when she appeared in a programme about Essex girls. This led to a number of modelling jobs. She has subsequently taken part in many reality television shows, including Trust Me – I’m A Holiday Rep, Channel 4’s The Games, E4’s Fool Around… with Jodie Marsh on two occasions, as a house guest in the short-lived Five series Back to Reality as well as winning £1,000 for charity on Channel 4’s popular show Come Dine With Me on 14 September 2010.
Jodie won a celebrity version of The Weakest Link in 2006. Marsh had a cameo role in the first episode of Channel 4’s Friday night comedy show The Kevin Bishop Show.
After competing in Celebrity Big Brother, Marsh appeared on several of the spin-off shows including: Big Brother’s Little Brother, Big Brother’s Big Mouth and Big Brother’s EForum.
In its second UK series, Marsh showed viewers around her home on MTV’s Cribs in 2008. Also in 2008, Marsh appeared on Channel 4’s documentary It’s Me or the Dog. She was given training tips at home to deal with her four dogs.
Marsh appeared as a contestant in Channel Five’s reality show The All Star Talent Show, hosted by Myleene Klass and Andi Peters. Following this, Marsh began presenting her own series, Get A Life for Living TV on 1 March 2007. It was cancelled after two episodes, due to poor viewing figures.
In October 2008, she appeared on the first episode of London Ink on TV channel Discovery Real Time. The following year, Marsh appeared on the popular BBC Three show Snog Marry Avoid?, hosted by Jenny Frost. Marsh came face to face with the computerized overhaul device named POD where she received a make-under although quickly reverted to her usual heavily made up look.
On 29 September 2010, Marsh appeared in the one-off documentary Jodie Marsh Tattoo Apprentice which was screened on the channel DMAX.
On 25 January 2012, Marsh appeared on Channel 5’s Bullied: My Secret Past. She spoke of the effect bullying had on her and how it has made her who she is today. She also met other victims of bullying.
In April 2013, Channel 5 broadcast the first of two shows titled Jodie Marsh: Bullied. The show features Marsh venturing to the United States to investigate how American schools tackle bullying.IMAGE/INSTAGRAM