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On Sunday, Scooter Braun tied the knot with his cancer-activist fiancée, Yael Cohen, in Canada. It should come as no surprise that the 33-year-old manager — who reps industry heavyweights including Justin Bieber — celebrated his big day with a smattering of A-list celeb clients and friends. (Before you ask: Justin Bieber was not only there, but he even sang!)
The Biebs got things going during the ceremony with his own rendition of "All You Need Is Love," which, based on a video clip of the performance, appears to have drawn its inspiration from the 2003 hit romantic comedy Love Actually. (If you're going to borrow a scene from a movie, it might as well be that one.) As Justin, 20, belted out the Beatles classic, Braun can be seen sneaking a kiss with his bride in front of friends and family.
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Later on, Bieber partnered up with Carly Rae Jepsen for a duet version of "Call Me Maybe." Clad in a black suit and hat, the "Believe" singer can be seen bopping and dancing alongside Carly Rae, 28.
Bieber and Jepsen were hardly the only musical talents who dropped in, however. Ed Sheeran and Asher Roth performed "No Diggity" during the party as well. But the Biebs didn't let his performing duties get in the way of getting a pic with Sheeran.
"@edsheeran is one of the only people on my iPod," he captioned the snap.
Chicago Fire star Sophia Bush was in attendance (and even played makeshift wedding photog, posting a stunning Instagram shot of the just-married couple), along with Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks, who hopped on the stage at one point to "get his rabbi on" while singing "This Is How We Do It."
When Tom Hanks playing rabbi isn't even the lead news item from your wedding, you know you've given new meaning to the term "big day."