Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney Apply for Marriage License After Lance Bass Revealed They Weren't Legally Married
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Inside Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright's Fairy Tale Castle Wedding

TooFab can confirm the "Vanderpump Rules" stars obtained a marriage license on Wednesday in Las Vegas.

Exactly two weeks after Lance Bass told the world their 2016 wedding was never made official, Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney decided to give the whole legal aspect of marriage another go.

TooFab can confirm the "Vanderpump Rules" stars obtained a marriage license on Wednesday in Clark County, Las Vegas, meaning the former NSYNC member's accidental confession was true!

Also important to note: Instagram shows several of the couple's co-stars -- including newlyweds Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright, Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix, Stassi Schroeder and boyfriend Beau Clark, and Lala Kent and fiancé Randall Emmett -- are currently in Sin City, meaning Tom and Katie's nuptials will likely take place in Vegas and possibly be filmed for Season 8 of the Bravo series.

Yeehaw!

Lance had just finished officiating Jax and Brittany's fairy tale castle wedding when he revealed on a July 10 episode of the "Bleav in Reality Bytes" podcast that Tom and Katie "did not send in their materials right, so they are not married." He added that he and the rest of the cast "just found out" and that it "might be a little storyline" on the season to come.

"I hope I signed in the right places 'cause it was 2 in the morning, I already ordered my Uber, I had 1 percent left on my phone, right?" Lance explained. "And I'm like, okay, and I forget, oh, my mic's on, so I'm taking my mic [off], and they're like, 'No, no no, don't take it off! You need to, uh, can you go please say bye to Brittany and Jax on the dance floor?' I'm like, 'Okay, but my Uber's here, I got 1 percent, it's gonna die, but okay, I'll go in.'"

"I get on the dance floor, I'm talking to Brittany and Jax, she's crying and giving us love, and Jax is like, 'Oh, wait, should we sign the marriage license now?' I'm like, 'Yeahhh.' He goes, 'Lemme go get it,'" he continued. "So he goes upstairs. I'm like, 'Dammit, my Uber's never gonna come. We're in a castle with no reception.' And so, as he goes off to go get the marriage license, what comes on by the DJ? 'Dirty Pop.' And the whole cast, of course, freaks out. Sandoval has his own dance routine, and then I have to stand there. Like, I have to dance the whole time. I can't just leave when my own song's playing. So I look like a big, ol' tool bag, dancing and freaking out to my own song with Tom Sandoval doing like slides under my legs."

"But then, you know, I'm signing the marriage license, and I'm like, 'Guys, I don't even know how legit this is,'" he added, before asking fellow podcast guest Jamie-Lynn Sigler what the name of their church was. "Is it Universal Life Church? Okay, good. I got that right! 'Cause I was like, I think I put the wrong church down, I signed in two places, so yeah, I hope that they're married 'cause we just found out Tom and Katie are not married. They did not send in their materials right, so they are not married."

"I think that might be a little storyline [on Season 8]. Total Schwartz [move]," Lance added, reassuring host Rob Evors that he "did catch the Uber."

After the revelation quickly made headlines, the singer explained he "didn't know it was a secret."

"Lot of times, people forget that I've been in entertainment news for the last 15 years," he told ABC's "Strahan and Sara." "So, you know, when there's pieces of nuggets out there, I'm going to talk about it. I didn't know it was a secret."

Tom and Katie tied the knot on Season 5, Episode 21.

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