These are some wedding crashers that brides wish would pay an uninvited visit to their big day.
For their new music video, Maroon 5 crashed the wedding receptions of several couples around Los Angeles unexpectedly and serenaded the bride and groom with their new single "Sugar."
The video starts off with the band looking dodgy in their suits and sunglasses, loading their instruments into a convertible and a dark van. Frontman Adam Levine explains that it is Dec. 6, 2014, and they are going to hit every wedding they possibly can.
The cameras then follow the band sneaking into the weddings and setting up makeshift stages with a curtain. Many of the guests and coordinators are shown to be miffed and confused at the unexpected construction plans. The band pushes the patience of the possible bride-zillas to pull off their stunt.
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At the opportune moment when the wedding party is distracted, the band members waltz in and take their spots on stage. The curtain drops, and everybody goes wild as the band plays their new single.
The video was directed by David Dobkin, the same man behind the 2005 film starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, Wedding Crashers.
Although some online commenters are saying that the Maroon 5 wedding crashing video must have been fake or staged, Levine maintains that it took a lot of preparation to put it together.
"It was a lot of fun. It was really stressful to arrange all of it but it was super fun. I'm happy that everybody liked it ... It felt good to kind of surprise these people and make them happy. Happy that they liked our band too. It would have been a total disaster [if not]," he said at the recent Golden Globe Awards night.
Katy Perry also had a party crashing concept for the music video for her song "Birthday," where she donned different disguises and crashed the birthday parties of several peple as the world's worst party entertainers.