Newlyweds Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner didn’t giving Diplo a second chance to live stream their wedding.
The couple celebrated their marriage for the second time in France on Saturday, with record producer Diplo in attendance. However, this time, he was not given the opportunity to broadcast the event live on the internet.
The couple first wed in May, in a ceremony in Las Vegas following the Billboard awards, and the reason we know that is because Diplo whipped out his phone and started streaming the whole thing live on Instagram, which apparently wasn’t cool with the couple.
After attending the couple’s second round of “I dos” in France on Saturday, the DJ joked that his phone had been confiscated in order to keep this wedding a little more private.
“This is the only photo I got from Joe and Sophie Turner Jonas wedding because they took my phone from me and put in a holding cell during the ceremony. Heard it was lovely tho,” he wrote on Instagram alongside a photo looking sharp in a black suit walking down a set of stairs in Avignon, France.
Apparently, Turner (and Jonas) weren't planning on making their Vegas marriage public knowledge, but then Diplo shot video of it and posted it to Instagram. “...It’s tricky when people livestream it,” Turner explained in an interview with Portermagazine that took place just a week after the "semi-spontaneous" wedding. She's not mad, though: “It would have been better if no one had known, but I actually think it was funny,” she said.
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