Bride and groom set on fire during a strange wedding bay

Bride and groom set on fire during a strange wedding bay

No rice throwing for this couple: The flamboyant newlyweds literally came out in a flame of glory after setting themselves on fire to end their wedding ceremony. A video of the wedding fireworks currently has more than 15.2 million viral views on the internet as of Friday afternoon.

“Their wedding outing makes sparklers look boring,” reads the caption to the well-lit clip, which was posted Monday by wedding DJ Russ Powell.

The lovebirds are Gabe Jessop and Ambyr Mishelle, 42-year-old stuntmen who work in television and movies such as “Yellowstone” and “Hereditary”, so they decided to pay tribute to their joint career during their marriage.

However, very few could prepare most spectators for the trick, which includes flames that practically sparked a sex-revealing party that went wrong, the Jam Press reported.

The video of the frying ceremony – with the caption “when the stuntmen get married” – starts quite traditionally, with the bride and groom standing side by side.

The clip had a caption
The clip of the fiery wedding had the caption “when the stuntmen get married”.
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Gabe Jessop and Ambyr Bambyr make the knot.
Gabe Jessop and Ambyr Mishelle make the knot: Some internet experts compare the scene to Jennifer Lawrence’s dress from the flame from “Hunger Games: Catching Fire”.
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Not what Katy Perry meant when she sang
This is not what Alicia Keys meant when she sang “This Girl Is On Fire”.
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However, the event takes a turn when a man fires Mishelle’s bouquet with a large incendiary device, which ignites a la Nic Cage and Sam Elliott in “Ghost Rider”.

The twin flames then descend into the hallway holding hands, while visitors cheer in the background, seemingly undisturbed by the fact that they are both on fire.

The firefight ends with Jessop and Michelle kneeling as a bridesmaid extinguishes the hot action with a fire extinguisher.

Fortunately, the couple was protected by fireproof clothing as well as anti-stinging gel on their exposed skin and hair.
The couple was protected with fireproof clothes as well as anti-stinging gel on their exposed skin and hair.
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The show of fiery passion ignited the comments section with an impressed TikToker exclaiming: “Damn it! A complete burn to tie the knot “.

“NGL σας your wedding will be in the top 10 for a lifetime,” said DJ Russ Powell in the comments.

“If my marriage is not so bright, I will leave it to the other,” added another impressed commentator.

“I know the photographer was anxious,” joked one viewer, while another joked about a scenario where the cameraman did not capture the moment, typing: “Photographer:” Can we repeat? I forgot to take out the lens[cap]. ‘ “

Others compared the scene with Jennifer Lawrence's dress to the flame
The wedding guests kept a safe distance from the twin flames.
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They got the Doors song
“Tell me, please, that the hair was protected,” said one commenter, to whom DJ Russ Powell replied: “They both had anti-burn gels on their hair and face, then had a wig on top.” The couple then knelt for the fire extinguishers.
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Fortunately, the couple did not appear to be injured during the fireworks display.
Fortunately, the couple did not appear to be injured during the fireworks display.
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Others compared the scene to Jennifer Lawrence’s dress from “Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”

However, some anxious commentators wondered if the couple was well after the fireworks.

“So many things could kill them in this video,” said a school friend on social media.

“Tell me, please, that the hair was protected,” said another, to which DJ Russ Powell replied: “They both had anti-burn gel on their hair and face, then had a wig on top.” They were also wearing fireproof clothing, Newsweek reported.

The DJ also posted a disclaimer informing viewers that the newlyweds are “trained professionals” and not “try it at home”.

A guest puts out the fire.
An assistant extinguishes the flame and like singing palm trees, the birds wake up.
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Bake my wife please?
TikToker has released its viral clip with a disclaimer informing viewers that the newlyweds are “trained professionals” and that “[not] try this at home. “
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