Erin Lim dropped a bombshell when she took to Instagram to share her wedding pictures in March 2021 — months after teasing that she might pull off a private "Hailey-Justin Bieber style" wedding with her fiance Joshua Rhodes. 

Though she didn't hide the marriage for an entire year like Jailey, she kept them in the dark for a little over a month. 

Her Father-In-Law Officiated The Wedding 

Lim married Rhodes on January 21, 2021, via a private ceremony held in her parent's backyard. Even though it was a big day, she went to her job, hosted her show The Rundown, and came home at noon with her make-up and groomed hair. 

At 4 p.m, she wore a Shona Joy gown she found through an Instagram ad and tied the knot with her fiancé. Only family members witnessed the wedding that her father-in-law officiated.


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Lim and her husband had started dating in 2018 and had gotten engaged in September 2020. Rhodes proposed to her in her parent's home in Los Angeles. 

Lim's Husband Is a Graphic Designer

Joshua Rhodes is a senior graphic designer at Live Nation Entertainment. A graduate of Eastern Washington University, he is also the owner of a clothing brand titled The Last Adam.

His Instagram account is filled with the promotion of the brand and also pictures with Lim. On Lim's 30th birthday, he posted a picture of their wedding and praised her as a courageous, kind, and humble person. He also mentioned her as the love of his life.

Before Rhodes, Lim was in a relationship with American actor Lamorne Morris

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Her Age and Ethnicity

Born on 13 April 1991, Lim grew up in an interracial family alongside her sister Erica Lim.

Her mother has Mexican roots while her father has Filipino roots; hence, her ethnicity is mixed. Her parents are immigrants who grew up in Culver City and Venice area and went to Venice High. 


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From a young age, Erin was interested in journalism. The California native idolized journalists from Asian backgrounds like Jeannie Mai, Julie Chen, Sandra Oh, and Lucy Liu.

Thankfully, her parents supported her and Lim moved to Singapore right after her college to kick-start her career. Initially, she worked as an associate producer and a right-hand woman, all behind the camera.

Finally, she got a job at E! News Asia, which would eventually propel her career to E! News Hollywood. Now, the 30-year-old hosts E! News’ Snapchat show, The Rundown. She also co-hosts Dodgeball Thunderdome on Discovery.