Howard Stern Renews Vows on 'Ellen' With 'Bachelor' Colton Underwood Officiating

"I so want to marry you, and I vow to you if you remarry me, I promise for the rest of my life to watch 'The Bachelor' with you in bed every single night," the radio personality told wife Beth.
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Howard Stern got "remarried" to wife Beth on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as former Bachelor star Colton Underwood officiated.

The segment, set to air on Monday's show, found Stern relaying a story about how he'd re-proposed to Beth on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last week thinking she'd say no and it'd be a funny bit.

"I'm talking to Jimmy, and I said, 'You know, it's embarrassing. I have asked my wife to remarry me. We got married…11 years ago, but we've been together like 20-something years," he told Kimmel, adding "She always says no. Because she thinks it's jinxed if you get married again, but it's so great. I love the proposal."

To his surprise, she did say yes — and ruined the bit.

But to celebrate, DeGeneres planned a surprise vow renewal on her show, with Underwood — whom she said she'd managed to get ordained that day — serving as officiant. (Both Stern and his wife are self-proclaimed members of the show's fan base, dubbed "Bachelor Nation.")

"First of all, let's just say something right off the bat: Colton's got to get a job," Stern jokingly told Underwood.

For her part, Beth said she only learned that she was "part of a bit and supposed to say no" for the first time, and asked Stern if he really did want to remarry her.

"I so want to marry you, and I vow to you if you remarry me, I promise for the rest of my life to watch The Bachelor with you in bed every single night," he said.

Watch their sweet moment below.