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Danny DeVito crashes wedding and sings karaoke duet with ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ co-star Dwayne Johnson

Pair decided to crash wedding during 'Jumanji' press tour.

Jumanji: The Next Level stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Danny DeVito have crashed a wedding to sing karaoke in a new viral video.

In a new Instagram clip, the pair are filmed relaxing in Mexico after a long week on the movie’s press tour, deciding spontaneously to crash a wedding that was happening nearby.

They proceed to sneak into the event, much to the delight to the assembled, and sing Nat King Cole’s ‘Unforgettable’ in front of the crowd.

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“I’ve never crashed a wedding, but with DeVito this was truly UNFORGETTABLE,” Johnson explained in his Instagram comments. “We were sippin’ on a lil’ Teremana tequila enjoyin’ the quiet sunset together in Mexico after a long week of Jumanji work when this idea hit.

“Crash the wedding. Grab a mic. Sing a special song. Say adios. It was actually quite beautiful and the love and mana in that room surrounding the wedding couple was so strong,” he added.

Johnson enjoys a close relationship with his co-stars, and recently gave an update on Kevin Hart following his recent car crash, while also taking the opportunity to poke fun at the comedian.

Posting a clip of himself at the gym producing an action figure of himself and his character Maui from Disney’s Moana, Johnson said: “Well I packed this today myself, this didn’t come from my babies. Because I’m going to see my best friend Kevin Hart, and I always like to bring him a few toys that he can play with.

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“He likes my Rock doll because we kind of play ‘Hey, my doll vs. your doll!’ He’s recovering from his injuries – he’s doing great and he can’t wait to come back, but…. I always gotta take care of my son.”

Jumanji: The Next Level, which will also see the return of Karen Gillan and Jack Black, was recently given a final trailer ahead of its December 11 release.

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