Watch The Rock and Danny DeVito Crash a Wedding in Cabo
Forget Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn — the best wedding crashers of all time are apparently Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Danny DeVito.
Over the weekend the duo stopped into a wedding reception in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where they also happen to be filming their latest movie, "Jumanji: The Next Level." The Rock even took to Instagram to show off all their wedding-related antics.
“I’ve never crashed a wedding, but with DeVito this was truly UNFORGETTABLE,” The Rock wrote in his Instagram caption. “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. Congratulations to the lovely bride, Kristine and handsome groom, Will. And their four children, Ryan, Mason, Edie & Max. Beautiful family. The Abbots aka Brady Bunch.”
The video starts with the duo clinking their glasses together in celebration of finishing their press junket out on the balcony of their Cabo hotel room. Suddenly, they hear cheering and realize there is a wedding nearby. DeVito turns to The Rock and asks, “Have you ever crashed a wedding?” The former wrestler replies, “No!” and DeVito suggests, “Let’s crash the wedding.”
The actors then walk into the wedding to the surprise of the guests as well as the bride and groom. There, they grabbed the mic and started singing the classic wedding song, "Unforgettable."
“What is happening?” someone in the crowd yelled as the entire wedding party went wild. The pair then hugged the couple, said their congratulations, and even offered up some words of wisdom on marriage.
“Buy a big house so he doesn’t have to bump into her,” DeVito quipped.
“Here are five important words that Danny and I live by,” The Rock said: “Yes, honey, you are right.”
If that’s not a priceless wedding gift, we don’t know what is.