Join Wonderwall.com as we take a look back at celebs who've made surprise appearances at random weddings over the years, starting with "Jumanji: The Next Level" co-stars Dwayne Johnson and Danny DeVito. The duo were photographed celebrating with the bride and groom, Kristine and Will, after they crashed their wedding reception in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, on Nov. 23, 2019. The Rock later took to Instagram to share a video of the experience, which kicked off when the two actors overheard the festivities while hanging out at their hotel and included them serenading the newly married couple with a rendition of "Unforgettable." Wrote the former wrestler in the caption, "I've never crashed a wedding, but with Devito this was truly UNFORGETTABLE. We were sippin' on a lil' Teremana tequila 🥃 enjoyin' the quiet sunset together in Mexico after a long week of 'Jumanji' work when this idea hit. Crash the wedding. Grab a mic. Sing a special song. Say adios. It was actually quite beautiful and the love and mana in that room surrounding the wedding couple was so strong." Now keep reading for more celeb wedding crashers…
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In May 2014, a leopard print swimsuit-clad Serena Williams stopped by a seaside wedding in Miami Beach, Florida. The tennis star happily posed for photos with the bride and groom.
In August 2012, Taylor Swift and then-boyfriend Conor Kennedy reportedly crashed a Kennedy family wedding in Boston. The mother of the bride, Victoria Gifford Kennedy, told the Boston Herald that the duo "texted me an hour before the wedding and asked if they could come. I responded with a very clear 'Please do not come.' They came anyway." Added the matriarch, "I personally went up to Ms. Swift, whose entrance distracted the entire event, politely introduced myself to her and asked her as nicely as I could to leave. … It was like talking to a ghost. She seemed to look right past me." Yikes! However, in 2016, she did it again, crashing a longtime fan's wedding in New Jersey. This time, things went smoothly, and she even performed briefly and gave the newly married couple a gift.
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Kristen Stewart and Stella Maxwell crashed the reception of a same-sex wedding in Canada on July 22, 2017. Following the nuptials, the reception took place at a local pizzeria. One of the brides, Kirsten Jennings, told CBC news how it all went down. "The [pizzeria] owner came up to me, and he said, 'Hey, is it OK if Kristen Stewart and her girlfriend Stella come and have a few drinks with you guys?' and I was like, 'Yeah, totally! Yeah, no problem. Um, who is that?'" she said. Kristen stayed until 1 am, the new bride said, and even requested several songs from the DJ. "They looked just like two normal girls. They look a little Hollywood, but if we didn't know who they were, I don't know if I would have known," Kirsten said. "We said 'Hey, you know. Come on and meet your guests and, you know, don't segregate yourselves. Come and party."
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In June 2008, Tom Hanks brought the Rome production of "Angels and Demons" to a halt to help a bride and her father cross through the film's set to the Pantheon, where she was due to wed. The Oscar winner reportedly offered his arm to the bride as he guided her to the church and even helped carry her train so that it wouldn't drag on the ground. What a gent!
In May 2016, Macklemore's mom convinced him to crash a wedding at a hotel in Washington. "When your mom tells you to crash the wedding," the rapper captioned a Snapchat post from the reception — during which he was also caught on camera dancing with guests to his hit "Thrift Shop."
In 2015, a pair of newlyweds invited David Hasselhoff to join their celebration after they spotted him dining at a restaurant in the U.K. hotel where their wedding reception was taking place.
Beyonce and Jay Z accidentally crashed a wedding while playing tourist in Portofino, Italy, in September 2014. The power couple were trying to get a closer look at a church when they walked in on a couple's nuptials.
Back in 2010, Lady Gaga stopped by a wedding after the bride spotted her passing the ballroom at the Intercontinental Hotel in Adelaide, Australia, where the reception was underway. The superstar took a couple photos with the happy couple before rushing off to a concert, but according to the Mirror, she returned after her performance to buy drinks for the wedding party. As the left the nuptials, the singer-actress reportedly called back at the newlyweds, "Have good sex!"
Back in 2011, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez invited themselves to a couple's wedding in Malibu when they were taking a seaside stroll and heard his song "One Less Lonely Girl" being played during the reception. "We heard a party so we decided to just come," Justin reportedly said over a microphone at the bash.
In February 2011, Meryl Streep — dressed in character as Margaret Thatcher — accidentally crashed a couple's wedding at Manchester Town Hall in England, where she was shooting scenes for "The Iron Lady." "It was all very surreal — Meryl Streep was standing there dressed as Margaret Thatcher. It almost feels like it didn't happen," the bride told the Daily Mail. "I thought it was amazing, the last thing you expect is an A-List celebrity at your wedding." The film's cast and crew gifted the newlyweds with a card, champagne, flowers, a glass vase and a copy of the film's call sheet for the day.
In August 2015, Amy Schumer and Judd Apatow crashed a wedding at a pub in Dublin.
Adam Levine and his Maroon 5 bandmates crashed several Los Angeles weddings — and filmed the whole thing — as part of the music video for their hit "Sugar." "We're going to drive across L.A. and hit every wedding we possibly can, and it's going to be awesome," the frontman says in the music video before the song starts to play.
In May 2015, Jeremy Renner waltzed into a wedding reception at the Regency Hotel in Houston, where he was staying for the weekend. According to TMZ, the Oscar nominee hit up the open bar — but refused to take photos with the bride and groom! But Jeremy claimed he only laid low to avoid upstaging the newlyweds. "I did enjoy conversations with many of the guests for about 15 minutes and went off to enjoy the sights of Houston for the night," he told TMZ.
In late 2015, Kendrick Lamar almost got tossed out of a Columbus, Ohio, wedding reception that he crashed with a couple pals. According to TMZ, the tension cooled when younger guests at the bash recognized the rap superstar.
In March 2015, Ed Sheeran surprised one lucky couple by showing up at their wedding in Sydney, where he sang his hit "Thinking Out Loud" for their first dance. The surprise was arranged by Australian radio program "The Kyle and Jackie O Show," who threw the duo a $60,000 wedding after the groom called in to explain that the bride's mother had taken her own life and, as a result, they couldn't afford to tie the knot.
In September 2008, Adrian Grenier accidentally crashed a wedding after he made a wrong turn on his way back to his room at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Marina del Rey, California. He reportedly stuck around long enough to greet a few guests before retreating to his room.
In 2010, Russell Brand made a detour during his bachelor party to crash a wedding at The Grove Hotel in Hertfordshire, England. But the bride and groom weren't exactly thrilled about it. "Russell completely took over and was dancing away at the reception. The groom wasn't very happy about the fact that the spotlight had been taken away from him and his new bride," a source told Britain's News of the World.
In 2013, Conan O'Brien showed up at a reception at the Four Seasons Atlanta after a guest sent multiple tweets imploring him to stop by the wedding. The funnyman, who was in town shooting a few episodes of his late-night show, "walked up and introduced himself," the groom told HLN News. "We were like, wow. He was a really, really nice guy. … He was super-personable, walking around and taking pictures with everybody."
While hanging out at a Georgia bar in 2013, John Travolta befriended a couple who were set to wed the following day. Then he surprised them by showing up at their nuptials. "I posed with them. They loved it. I was a hero in their eyes," he later said during an appearance on "The Late Show." But it wasn't the first time the two-time Oscar nominee crashed a wedding…
In 2009, John Travolta and Robin Williams revealed that back in 1977, they crashed a wedding that was taking place next door to a bar where they were drinking near the "Grease" star's home in Santa Barbara, California. Robin crashed a wedding again decades later…
In 2012, the late, great Robin Williams interrupted a bride and groom's wedding photo shoot at the South Street Seaport in New York City. "We were walking to take some quick portraits in NYC and Robin Williams was taking a walk there too. He was super nice when the groom talked to him and introduced him to the bride," said photographer Ananda Lima.
In October 2013, Jon Bon Jovi served as the father of the bride and walked a super-fan down the aisle as part of her wedding at the Graceland Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas — where the rocker tied the knot himself back in 1989. The "Livin' on a Prayer" singer surprised the bride, who campaigned for him to attend on Facebook, on the day of her nuptials.
In August 2016, Justin Timberlake stopped by a wedding at the Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire after the groom's father extended an invitation when he spotted the superstar at a restaurant. "So we were taking the first-look photo and all of a sudden Justin Timberlake appears out of nowhere, shakes my husband's hand and congratulates us and takes a photo. We thought it was awesome of him to do that, but had no idea it would go viral," the bride told "Entertainment Tonight."
In October 2016, Bradley Cooper caught up with a bride and groom while visiting his alma mater, Georgetown University, in Washington, where the couple tied the knot. The duo were actually family friends of the Oscar nominee, who surprised them while they were taking photos on campus.
In February 2012, Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi stopped to say hi when they passed by a wedding while they were taking a seaside stroll down El Matador State Beach near their home in Malibu. "They were incredibly nice," the bride told omg! "Ellen was really funny. She cracked jokes with my husband."
In July 2013, Steven Tyler stopped by a wedding at the Four Seasons in Washington after he walked by and saw a party going on inside. "We were convinced that were it not for his ornery bodyguard, we could have had Steven Tyler party with us all night!" the groom told the New York Post of his surprise guest.
In September 2013, Brad Pitt became the center of attention at a couple's wedding when he took a meeting at the Maidenhead Hotel in Berkshire, England, where the pair happened to be tying the knot. The A-list actor took photos with the bride and groom and several of their wedding guests before retreating upstairs to a more private location.
In 2015, Robert Pattinson became the focal point of a wedding at the Culloden Hotel in Belfast, Ireland, after guests spotted him drinking at the bar. The "Twilight" star graciously posed for photos with the bride and groom — plus a few lucky bridesmaids!
In November 2013, Zach Braff hilariously photobombed a couple's wedding photo shoot in New York City. "Sir, I think you photobombed my newlywed couple the other day in New York. 🙂 Well played," photographer Sascha Reinking captioned a TwitPic in which the "Scrubs" star can be seen smiling toward the camera as he walks through a busy intersection where the bride and groom are inches away from sharing a smooch.