Craig Ferguson is Scot-free no more.
After teasing the audience with a closeup of some new ring-finger bling, the Late Late Show host announced Monday night that he waved goodbye to his bachelor ways and quietly tied the knot with longtime art dealer girlfriend Megan Wallace Cunningham over the holiday break.
"The wedding took place in Vermont, where they have legalized gay civil unions—and I married a woman," Ferguson said.
"But I am European, so I was both the groom and the maid of honor."
Ever the accommodating host, Ferguson even shared a picture of him and his new bride on their wedding day. Underlining his brogue-friendly heritage, the 46-year-old donned a kilt on his big day.
Sticking to his showbiz roots, however, Ferguson also suggested a new nickname, a la Brangelina, for him and his new missus, offering up Cragan to the contraction-loving gossip gods.
It's the third marriage for Ferguson, who has a 7-year-old son, Milo, from vow swap no. 2.
"I know I said I'd never get married again, but apparently I can't even abide by my own rules."
New marital status aside, the host was quick to assuage viewer worries that he would no longer be able to remain his natural charming self with guests of the fairer—or even not so fair—persuasion.
"People are telling me I can't flirt with guests anymore," he said. "If we ever get George Clooney on this stage, all bets are off."