Not a surprise. She was totally rebounding from her ex, who also rebounded into a marriage with a model whom he purportedly called Renee (oops!) a short while back.
I'm surprised they can get annulled, though. Quick story- when my BIL's best riend got married about 6 years ago, his new wife attacked him while they were in their room at th B&B- the reception had just started and they were up their getting changed or something. She literally physically attacked him and left scratch marks all over his chest. He tossed her off his back (she was on him, piggy-back style, clawing him) and an off-duty trooper heard the noise (BIL is a detective, but was downstairs at the time.) He got arrested even though she attacked him and he was just tying to get her off him, and the next day he tried to get the marriage annulled. No go. They obviously never even spent one married night together, and they STILL couoldn't get the marriage annulled.
These two have been married a while, yet they can get an annullmnt? And what the heck difference does it make anymore? We all know they were married, and the Catholic church doesn't officially shun people who are divorced, so what difference does it make? (Well, maybe monetarily, it matters.)