Justin Timberlake plays wedding crasher for special photos with bride and groom

Justin Timberlake made a happy couple's big day even more special by surprising the pair at their New Hampshire nuptials. While strolling through he Omni Mount Washington Resort, the 35-year-old was spotted by the father of the bride and happily agreed to take some photos.

Video shot by one of the wedding guests shows Justin walking over to newlyweds Chelsey and Ryan Parks, as they prepare to shoot their official photos on the veranda. To the couple's delight, he then posed for some pictures for their wedding album before leaving the pair to continue celebrating with their friends and family.

Justin Timberlake surprised Chelsey and Ryan Parks on their wedding day

"So we were taking the first photo and all of a sudden Justin Timberlake appears out of nowhere, shakes my husband's hand and congratulates us and takes a photo," bride Chelsey told ET. "We thought it was awesome of him to do that, but had no idea it would go viral."

Justin isn't the only musician to have crashed a wedding recently. In June this year, Taylor Swift surprised Max Singer and Kenya Smith as they celebrated their big day in New Jersey, and even performed the couple's favourite song, Blank Space, during the reception.


Taylor Swift posing with newlyweds
Taylor Swift happily posed for pictures with newlyweds Max Singer and Kenya Smith

Her appearance was the result of months of planning between Taylor and the groom's sister Ali. In April, Ali had written to the star about the death of her and Max's mother, telling her that Max and Kenya had married by his mother's bedside in hospital so she wouldn't miss out on the nuptials. Mother and son even danced to Blank Space before she died.

Following her performance, Taylor posed for multiple photos with the bride, groom and their wedding guests, and posted them on her Instagram account.

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