Kristen Stewart was the most welcome uninvited wedding guest ever.
The actress and her girlfriend, Stella Maxwell, crashed a same-sex wedding in Canada over the weekend. The brides were very happy to oblige the wedding crashers.
The wedding DJ shared images of the bride's run-in with the Hollywood starlet.
"Dj'ed the MOST fun wedding for these incredible woman last night and had an unplanned guest show up to dance with us at the end of the night!," Karli Elizabeth Colpitts said on Instagram. "Apparently Kristen Stewart loves Beastie boys ! #djkchedda #kirandkay."
One of the brides, Kirsten Jennings, told CBC news how it all went down.
"It was kind of touch-and-go because on Saturday we had those torrential downpours. The backyard had all those beautiful white chairs set up, and we had 90 people in the backyard and we didn't know if we were going to do the ceremony," she said. "We ended up just going for it."
The women of the hour — Kirsten and Kayleigh Jennings, not K Stew and Stella — rented out a local pizzeria, Pizzeria Gusto, for their reception. Kirsten said she was tipped off to the actress' plan to crash the wedding from restaurant management.
"The 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.
The "Twilight" star has been in Winnipeg filming her latest movie, "JT Leroy," and had recently met the pizzeria owner at an event.
"I told Kir, 'Hey, let's just treat them as random guests. Let's just treat them with kindness — southern hospitality. Winnipeg hospitality,'" Kayleigh told CBC.
Thirty minutes later, in walked Kristen and Stella.
"We got to be formally introduced before they came in and partied with us. We got a chance to shake her hand and shake Stella's hand," Kayleigh said. "I actually wasn't as star-struck as I thought I would be."
And if you think a movie star and a model were going to steal the spotlight from the brides, you would be incorrect.
"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 told the local publication. "We said 'Hey, you know. Come on and meet your guests and, you know, don't segregate yourselves. Come and party."
She added, "[Kristen] was probably there [from] 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. There were only a few people who were star-struck. My Aunt Linda was extremely excited."