Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne
Proving it's not all doom and gloom for reality couples – at least in terms of love – the Prince of Darkness and his queen are still going strong after more than 30 years, despite a recent bump in the road. The revolutionary MTV show The Osbournes aired from 2002-05, revitalizing Ozzy's career and making insta-stars of wife Sharon and kids Kelly and Jack. (In some circles, Sharon might even be a bigger deal than her hubby, appearing on America's Got Talent and daytime talk show The Talk.)
Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed
It's nothing short of a small miracle: Not only has this couple stayed together, they tied the knot on their A&E show Gene Simmons Family Jewels after 30 years and two children together – despite the KISS bassist's repeated claim that he would never ever get hitched. And while the show ended in 2012 after seven seasons, there's no sign of divorce in sight.
Ice-T and Coco Austin
Despite their larger-than-life lifestyle, the stars of E!'s Ice Loves Coco have managed to stay grounded – and married. With three seasons under their belt, the couple continues to endure after 12 years of wedded bliss, despite rumors in early 2013 of a split.
Reverend Run and Justine Simmons
Whose house? Run's House. That was the battle cry of six seasons of the award-winning MTV show, which ran from 2005-2009 and featured Run-D.M.C. leader Rev. Run and his super-sized family in a Cosby Show-like setting. And Run's house is still running strong: the couple will celebrate 20 years together in 2014. But that's not the only event they'll be popping corks over, as the beloved Simmons family will be returning to TV with their very own home improvement series on HGTV.
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
When reality's biggest villains said "I do" in 2009, nobody would have bet they'd make it a few weeks, let alone a few years as husband and wife. But here it is, 2013, and the "bad guys" of MTV's The Hills, a.k.a. Speidi, are still standing. (Heidi filed for divorce in 2010 before calling it off, claiming she was just looking for attention.) The duo wreaked endless havoc on the series, which ran from 2006-10, and dominated magazine covers with their antagonist antics, leading fans and critics alike to think the relationship was all a big hoax. But who's having the last laugh now?
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