Dwayne Johnson Makes 'Unforgettable' Moment Crashing a Wedding With Danny DeVito
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The 'Jumanji: The Next Level' stars were promoting their adventure movie in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico when they made a surprise appearance at a couple's wedding and shared witty marriage advice.

AceShowbiz - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has given a lucky couple one unforgettable wedding. When promoting "Jumanji: The Next Level" in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the Dr. Smolder Bravestone depicter decided to crash a local wedding, and he brought along his co-star Danny DeVito for the fun.

Sharing a look at the shenanigan, the "Central Intelligence" star let out a video of the moment through his Instagram account on Sunday, November 24. Along with it, he explained, "I've never crashed a wedding, but with Devito this was truly UNFORGETTABLE."

The footage itself began with the 47-year-old and his co-star enjoying their evening, sipping Teremana tequila by a hotel pool. When they heard a commotion nearby, the two figured that it came from a wedding festivity, prompting the older actor to ask the wrestler-turned-actor, "You ever crashed a wedding?"

The camera then followed the "Rampage" star and the "Dumbo" actor as they made their way through the back entrance of the reception venue. Once they got in, the pair took turn singing Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable" to the delight and surprise of the bride, the groom and a host of unsuspecting guests.

The Rock and DeVito concluded the video by sharing their marriage advice for the happy couple. While his partner in crime joked about getting a big house to avoid bumping into each other, the "Fast and Furious" actor got down to business. "Here's 5 important words that Danny and I live by: Yes, honey you are right," he spilled.

In the caption of the post, the "Fast and Furious" actor noted, "It was actually quite beautiful and the love and mana in that room surrounding the wedding couple was so strong." He further congratulated the happy couple, Kristine and Will, as well as their four children, before referring the "beautiful" Abbot family as the Brady Bunch.

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