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Justin and Selena: Celebrity Wedding Crashers

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Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez crashed a wedding in Malibu after they heard one of Bieber’s songs being played at the reception.

Bieber and Gomez were taking a stroll along the beach when they heard Justin’s song “One Less Lonely Girl” being played at a party. They apparently decided to go investigate.

The music was coming from the wedding reception of Rob and Jeanine McCool, which was taking place at the historic Adamson House.

The “One Time” singer reportedly snuck up on some astonished wedding guests and then took to the mic to announce, “We just crashed it. We heard a party so we decided to just come. So let’s party.”

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez then spent around ten minutes at the party. They chatted, and the teen heart-throb couple posed for photos with guests and the bride and groom.

Justin Bieber later confirmed his wedding crash via his Twitter account, posting a link to Perez Hilton’s blog, which covered the story first, alongside the message: “Word is out. Wedding CRASHED.”

The Biebs had earlier teased his Twitter followers by writing: “WEDDING CRASHERS last night! Hahaha. Too funny. Crazy story.”

Bieber and Gomez have both been busy recently. Justin Bieber released the video for his new single with Chris Brown “Next To You,” while Selena Gomez recently returned to the US from a promotional trip to London where she launched a new Disney HD Channel.

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