Justin Timberlake Sings at Wedding of Lucky Same-Sex Couple Just Days After Supreme Court Announcement

It pays to be friends with Jessica Biel! The new mom of baby Silas hit up a wedding over the weekend with her hubby Justin Timberlake, and the hit maker gay an impromptu performance for the couple and all their guests.

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The wedding was for same-sex couple Dana Panzer and Amy Wicker, and even though the affair was planned prior to last week's Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage across the board, it made the event that much sweeter.

Biel was college roommates with Panzer at Tufts University, and the friends have remained close through the years. She and JT left 2-month-old Silas at home, and according to eyewitnesses, they had a ball on the dance floor.

An insider said, "She looked amazing. You would never know she just had a baby because she is slim and trim."

And of course Timberlake couldn't pass up an opportunity to serenade the brides. He sat down at the keyboard and performed his hit "Señorita," which was obviously the perfect choice, given the circumstances.

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He switched up the lyrics some, belting out, "Imma start something, and all the fellahs gonna look at the ladies, who just got married tonight. And all the ladies gonna look at the ladies, you know what I’m saying."

He continued the mini-concert with "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" and other hits.

Another source told Us Weekly, "Throughout the night, Justin really let loose, and he started dancing in the middle of the wedding circle, having an amazing time dancing to this great band ... Then Justin decided he wanted to put on a little concert for the two brides and he jumped on the stage. It was awesome and so special for the brides and all the guests, who were so impressed!"

That is pretty dang awesome. What a wonderful week for these brides!

Are you surprised that Justin Timberlake jumped onstage for an impromtu performance?

 

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