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Recently, we talked about couples who made a music video together to profess their undying devotion, only to break up or divorce some time down the road. Some of these artists were even repeat offenders (looking at you, Britney and J.Lo). But maybe couples in music videos isn't all bad?
Here are five couples who starred in a music video with one another and stayed together.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill first got together in 1996. Since then, they've starred in five music videos together, including "It's Your Love"; "I Need You"; "Let's Make Love"; "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me"; and "Like We Never Loved At All" (above). They've had even more songs together, and they currently have a Las Vegas residency called Soul2Soul. Although there have been recent rumors that they might be going through a tough time, so far, the couple still belongs on this list.
Jay Z and Beyonce
Beyonce and Jay Z's first video — "'03 Bonnie and Clyde" — was also their first collaboration. It's unclear when they first started dating (though this article states the two started talking in 2001), but most believe they were already dating by the time the music video rolled around. Regardless, the two have since appeared in several music videos together, including their most recent for "Drunk In Love."
Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo
Nick Lachey made our last list for his music video with Jessica Simpson; however, their break-up inspired a relationship between Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo. The two started dating while filming the music video for his break-up-inspired single, "What's Left Of Me." The two are now married and have a baby boy.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
It's probably hard to remember a time when Kanye West and Kim Kardashian weren't together. Seems like forever, doesn't it? They started dating in Spring 2012, had a baby girl, North West, in summer 2013, and released "Bound 2" shortly thereafter.
Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks
Although the couple isn't married, they are engaged, and play an engaged couple in Jason Derulo's video, "Marry Me." They started dating in 2012, and their music video appearance happened mid-2013 for Derulo's single. They seem to be doing well — on Valentine's Day, Derulo gave Sparks 10,000 roses.