Great balls of fire — Jerry Lee Lewis is married again, this time to his cousin’s ex-wife.
The 76-year-old rock ‘n’ roll pianist wed Judith Brown earlier this month in Natchez, Miss., making her his seventh wife, Lewis’s rep confirmed to CNN.
Brown was married to Lewis’s cousin Rusty Brown, who is the brother of Myra Gale Brown.
Myra Gale was Lewis’s third wife (and his first cousin once removed), whom he famously married in 1957 when she was 13 (or 15, he claims) and he was 22. They divorced in 1970.
Their relationship was portrayed in the film “Great Ball of Fire!” starring Dennis Quaid and Winona Ryder.
According to the Natchez Democrat, Brown — who filed for divorce from Rusty Brown in 2010 — met Lewis 25 years ago when he played a show in Las Vegas.
“We went to the show and Jerry just looked at me and said [to Rusty], ‘If you don’t marry her, I will,’” Brown told the Democrat. “I didn’t think much of it back then, but looking back, who would have thought we would end up together?”