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Two worlds collided when a Jonas brother and a Stark sister exchanged their vows in a secret wedding ceremony.


Joe Jonas, 29, and Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner, 23, said "I do" in Las Vegas at Chapel L'Amour inside A Little White Wedding Chapel on Wednesday night.

A few hours earlier, Jonas reunited with his brothers to perform their first show together in a decade at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.

From there, select attendees from the awards show were whisked away to witness the couple exchange their vows, as Turner, clad in a white jumpsuit and gold Gucci mules, walked down the aisle towards the altar where her man stood waiting.

And what Vegas wedding is complete without an Elvis impersonator to officiate?

Not this one.

Elvis once said, only fools rush in, but Jonas and Turner had already taken their sweet time after dating since 2016 and announcing their engagement in October 2017.

The $600 ceremony was attended by Brothers Nick and Kevin as groomsmen in matching gray suits and was captured on DJ Diplo's Instagram via livestream.

Turner could be heard repeating the words:

"I thee wed.... and I love you... and I thank God He gave me you."



Elvis then prompted the couple to repeat in unison:

"I promise you, I will never leave you. I will love and trust you all the days of my life."

Turner was instructed to kiss the groom's candy ring, according to the Daily Mail, and gave one long lick before Elvis instructed to Jonas:

"You may kiss the bride."

And that he did, followed by whoopin' and a hollerin' inside the humble chapel.


Twitter was genuinely surprised by the bargain wedding ceremony and offered their congratulatory responses.





Jonas is now happily a part of the family.


According to PEOPLE, online records show the pair applied for their marriage license in Clark County, Nevada earlier in the day.





Music was provided courtesy of Dan + Shay, who performed an acoustic rendering of "Speechless."




Jonas's sister-in-law, Priyanka Chopra-Jonas, served as Turner's maid of honor.



The Vegas wedding is a prelude to their wedding in France, something Jonas alluded to prior.

We can expect a second ceremony this summer.


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