The Rock and Danny DeVito crashed a wedding in Mexico

The Rock and Danny DeVito crashed a wedding in Mexico

Speaking as somebody who got married just two months ago (please direct your congratulations to the comments section), I can honestly say I have never been as stressed as I was in the lead up to the big day.

Like most brides and grooms, I spent countless hours worrying about the music, the guests, the cake, the food, and - of course - the prospect of wedding crashers.

Now, you may think to have your wedding crashed is one of the worst things that can on your special day - but it really depends on who's doing the crashing. If it was your ex-girlfriend and her new fella coming to trash the place and eat the buffet, you'd probably be quite annoyed. But if it's Hollywood legends Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Danny DeVito, you'd probably die happy there and then.

Taking to Instagram, the former WWE Champion shared a video of the little and large stars deciding to crash a wedding in Mexico after hearing the party through the walls. The two Jumanji stars entered the celebration through a backroom, and the crowd erupted in delight seeing Johnson and DeVito

The stars even surprised the wedding guests by singing a cover of Nat King Cole’s 'Unforgettable'.

Check out the amazing video below:

The Rock captioned the video: "I’ve never crashed a wedding, but with Devito this was truly UNFORGETTABLE.

"We were sippin’ on a lil’ Teremana tequila 🥃 enjoyin’ the quiet sunset together in Mexico after a long week of Jumanji work when this idea hit. Crash the wedding. Grab a mic. Sing a special song. Say adios.

"It was actually quite beautiful and the love and mana in that room surrounding the wedding couple was so strong.

"Congratulations to the lovey bride, Kristine and handsome groom, Will. And their four children, Ryan, Mason, Edie & Max. Beautiful family. The Abbots aka Brady Bunch."

Check out the time VT sat down with Dwayne Johnson in Hawaii:

Jumanji: The Next Level hits movie theaters on December 13 and stars Johnson, DeVito, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, and Karen Gillan.