Most celebrity brides keep their maiden names after tying the knot. They've already established themselves, and with most celebrity marriages being pretty short, it's just easier in the long run.

But some stars marry before they rise to fame and end up taking their husbands' last names. Take our quiz below and test your knowledge of celebrity maiden names.

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  • This actress separated from her third husband in 2011, but the famous name she uses isn't actually her maiden moniker -- it's from her first husband whom she married in 1980 when she was just 18 years old. Her maiden name is Guynes.

  • Demi Moore's <a href="" target="_hplink">maiden name is Guynes</a>, but she kept "Moore" after divorcing her first husband, Freddy, in 1985. Moore <a href=",,20599646,00.html" target="_hplink">separated from actor Ashton Kutcher</a> last year after six years of marriage.

  • This star left her maiden name, Adams, behind in 1999 and has since become one of the "most photographed women in the world." She and her husband married at a castle in Ireland.

  • Victoria Beckham is the wife of LA Galaxy star David Beckham. She dropped her maiden <a href="" target="_hplink">name, Adams</a>, in favor of "Beckham" in 1999.

  • This French-born talk show host's maiden name is Epstein. She married a former NFL player in 1986 and remained married to him even after her husband was caught in a hotel room scandal with a flight attendant 10 years into their relationship.

  • Kathie Lee Gifford was born Kathryn Lee Epstein in 1953. Her husband, former NFL player Frank Gifford, was caught in a hotel room with a flight attendant by <em>The Globe</em>, but it was later discovered that <a href="" target="_hplink"><em>The Globe</em> had paid the attendant to seduce Frank.</a>

  • This rock n' roll wife was originally an Arden before claiming her famous name in 1982.

  • <a href="" target="_hplink">Sharon Osbourne</a> is the daughter of concert and music producer Don Arden. She grew up in England and met husband Ozzy when her father began managing his band, Black Sabbath, in 1976. When Ozzy was kicked out of the group in 1979 for his substance abuse problems, Sharon became his manager.

  • This Pasadena, Calif.-born star's maiden name is McWilliams. She met her husband through her first job as a research assistant for the Office of Strategic Services in Sri Lanka.

  • <a href="" target="_hplink">Julia Child met Paul Child</a> while they were both working in Sri Lanka in the 1940s. They married in 1946, and moved to Paris in 1948 when Paul was reassigned to the U.S. Information Service at the American Embassy in France.

  • This actress has two original surnames: Beaulieu and Wagner. She met her famous husband in Germany in 1959, and they married in 1967.

  • <a href="" target="_hplink">Priscilla Presley married the King of Rock and Roll,</a> Elvis Presley, in 1967, but they later divorced in 1973. Priscilla was born a Wagner, but her father died while she was still an infant. Her mother remarried and gave her the surname Beaulieu.

  • This reality TV star used to be a Claridge. She married her husband in 1983, but the pair divorced in 2007 after claims that her husband was having an affair. After her divorce, she was spotted with a 19-year-old beau.

  • <a href="" target="_hplink">Linda Hogan ended her marriage</a> to Hulk Hogan, with whom she starred in the VH1 reality series <a href="" target="_hplink">"Hogan Knows Best,"</a> after the <em>National Enquirer</em> reported that her husband had been unfaithful. After her split, <a href="" target="_hplink">Hogan dated her son's 22-year-old friend</a>, Charley Hill, for four years.

  • This news anchor's maiden name is DePandi. She immigrated to the U.S. with her family when she was six and learned English by watching television. She married in 2007.

  • <a href=",,20054420,00.html" target="_hplink">Giuliana Rancic married "Apprentice" star Bill Rancic </a>in a bilingual Italian and English ceremony in Chicago in 2007.