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Watch: Amy Schumer (Sort Of) Gatecrashed An Irish Wedding


by Jennifer McShane
16th Aug 2015
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Just after she stole the hearts of everyone in Dublin, the fabulous Amy Schumer and her equally fabulous Trainwreck director Judd Apatow – who were, as you know, in Dublin to promote the new movie – gave a just married bride and groom named JP and Eithne an unexpected surprise when they turned up at a local pub (okay, it wasn’t like it was a real gatecrash, but you know, close enough).

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Apparently, Judd had arranged to meet local singer Glen Hansard for a drink at the bar, where it just so happened a wedding party was underway.

The trio gave guests an impromptu sing-a-long to the tune of Irish song ‘The Auld Triangle‘ as someone not so subtly caught the action on a shaky camera. And thus, the lucky couple and all their guests were serenaded by three of our most favourite people, probably ever.

Guest Steve Cummins, who pictured Amy, Judd and Glen with the bride and groom, tweeted:

And the newly married couple were delighted:

What a start to married life! You can watch it below:

Can we get Amy and co to sing at our wedding please?