When it comes to having sex for the first time, everyone's timing is different, and no one person's choice is right or wrong. Some people lose their virginity early, while others choose to wait until marriage, like these stars did.
Whether due to religious reasons or others, there are plenty of celebrities who decided to wait until they were married to round home base with their partners — click through this slideshow to see which celebs waited until they said "I do" to do the deed.
The Seattle Seahawks quarterback married singer Ciara 2016, and the couple is currently expecting their first child together.
Underwood reportedly said in 2007 (via Fox News) that she would wait until marriage to have sex due to her Christian faith. She married hockey player Mike Fisher in 2010, and the couple share son Isaiah, 2.
The athlete revealed in a press conference in 2009 that he was waiting until marriage to have sex.
"Yes, I am [waiting until marriage]," Tebow said at the time (quote via the Christian Post). "I think you're stunned right now. You can't even ask a question … I was ready for that question, but I don't think y'all were."
Simpson famously waited to have sex until her wedding night when she married ex-husband Nick Lachey in 2002.
"It was the most amazing moment of my life," she said of told Blender (via Popdirt) at the time. "I’m so lucky I didn’t lose my virginity in the back of a Jeep or something. Instead, I had this amazing, elaborate wedding and I topped it off with that."
The Victoria's Secret stunner told GQ in 2006 that she was waiting until marriage due to her Catholic faith. She married basketball player Marko Jaric in 2008, but they separated in 2014.
"[Men] have to respect that this is my choice," she said at the time. "If there's no respect, that means they don't want me."
Kathie Lee Gifford
The talk show host revealed in her 1992 autobiography that she waited until she married her first husband, Paul Johnson.
"It was, like, YABBA-DABBA-DOO! I lost every inhibition I'd ever had. It was time for candles and romance, time to boogie and swing from the chandeliers," she wrote (quote via People). "And yet we just couldn't seem to get relaxed with each other."
"We saved ourselves for so long and expected it to be so good because we had done it 'right,'" she added. "It was not passionate, and it was not successful, but it was polite."
The singer married wife Aijia in 2012, and the couple is currently expecting their first child.