If you thought Meghan Trainor and her new hubby, Daryl Sabara, couldn’t possibly get any cuter, we have some news for you.
On Dec. 22, the couple tied the knot with an intimate backyard wedding — but that doesn’t mean they didn’t do it in style. Trainor wore a stunning dress she wrote made her feel “like a princess.” But Sabara had something of his own figuratively tucked into the sleeve of his classic black tuxedo… and when Meghan saw it her jaw dropped.
Sabara recently uploaded footage of their reception on Instagram with the caption, “Throwback to when @charmladonna helped me surprise my wife on our wedding day.”
Enlisting the help of Trainor’s choreographer, Charm La’Donna, Sabara plotted to surprise Trainor during their wedding in the sweetest way. In one of three adorable clips, the 26-year-old “Spy Kids” star can be seen walking out and picking up a black top hat from the floor, placing it on his head.
He then starts crooning along to Chet Baker’s version of “Someone to Watch Over Me” as a stunned Trainor beams and watches in adoration.
That’s when he turns things up a notch, ditching the hat and stepping up to a trio of microphone stands. He’s joined by two other friends and they kick off an epic dance routine set to the fictional hit, “Pop! Goes My Heart,” from the 2007 romantic comedy, “Music and Lyrics.”
Trainor can’t stop laughing and grinning, clearly enjoying what must have taken hours upon hours of practice to nail down.
Then, finishing up with a bang, Sabana and his crew transition into Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie,” boogying in perfect synchronization as the crowd cheers them on.
Best husband ever? We sure think so! Not only is Sabana totally sweet, but he’s surprisingly talented on the dance floor! Trainor is one lucky woman. We wish them nothing but happiness as they begin their marriage together.
Check out Sabana’s seriously smooth moves in the clips below, and share to spread the love.
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