MALIBU BEACH - One second the wedding party is having a great time and the groom is singing Karaoke to a Justin Bieber song and then all of a sudden from out of nowhere in walks Justin Bieber and the place erupts into civilized pandemonium.
Yes one of the nations top singing sensations and his girlfriend Selena Gomez just happened to be driving by after having had dinner at a local Capt. Cluckity Cluck Cluck's Chicken Shack in Calabasas.
Selena said that Justin heard his song playing and told their chauffeur to drive to wherever it was the music was coming from.
As it turned out it was coming from the wedding reception of Rob and Jeanine who afterwards said that they did not want to belittle any of the other wedding gifts that they had received but that the Bieber-Gomez appearance gift was priceless.
Bieber was wearing a white T-shirt with a big gold dollar sign on the front and Selena was wearing a pair of Daisy Duke shorts and a pink I Love Demi Lovato sweatshirt.
The two posed for pictures and videos which will no doubt be shown on YouTube, TMZ, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Telemundo, and Univision, but not on FOX.
Justin and Selena were asked to please sing a song and they did a duet on the old Beatles song "The Ballad of John And Yoko" which they followed up with a type of hip hop rap version of the Carpenters old hit song "We've Only Just Begun."
The two thanked everyone and started to leave but were asked to perform an encore song. The two looked at each other and went into Sonny and Cher's 1967 hit "I Got You Babe."
The young couple said that they really had to go because they had to meet with Ryan Seacrest and his girlfriend Julianne Hough. But before they left Rob had Jeanine cut the two a couple of slices of wedding cake which they took to their waiting limo.
The Bravo Network has already contacted Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez about turning their wedding crashing into a reality show. The tentative title is Justin and Selena Crashing What You Thought Was Going To Be Just A Normal Wedding Reception.
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