Luke Bryan Crashes Wedding Reception & “Superfan” Couple Loses It.

Usually people aren’t very excited when somebody shows up at their wedding unannounced, but that’s definitely not the case when the wedding crasher happens to be none other than country superstar Luke Bryan!

McKenna Neidlinger Lipski and Austin Lipski were getting married in Savannah, Georgia when they got a very special surprise. It just so happened the American Idol production crew was shooting a full day of auditions with new hosts Luke, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie right next door to the reception hall.

When the crew heard the bride and groom were “super fans” of Luke’s, they knew they had to do something to make their day extra special!

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After clearing it with the bride’s mother, the crew arranged for Luke to pop in.

“We just did a day of auditions and we found out that like, two minutes away, there’s a real, live wedding happening,” Luke said in a video shared by producers on Facebook. “We heard that they’re big fans of mine so we’re going to go have some fun and crash a wedding real quick.”


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Luke waited outside of the door until his song “Crash My Party” started to play, then be burst through the doors and surprised the whole crowd. Everyone erupted into cries of joy when they saw him!


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Luke immediately embraced McKenna and Austin, and the newlyweds put him to work opening the bottle of champagne he’d brought along to toast the happy couple.


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“I couldn’t believe it!” said the bride.


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Luke stuck around to take selfies with the wedding guests, and he even danced and sang along to his hit song, “Country Girl (Shake It For Me).”


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Talk about a memorable wedding! Here’s wishing McKenna and Austin a lifetime of happy memories and exciting surprises!

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