Months after Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra's elaborate wedding, Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner decided to class things down, going to another extreme by getting hitched in a Las Vegas chapel. After making an appearance at the Billboard Music Awards last night, Jonas and Turner decided to finally exchange vows, which many had been waiting for in the entertainment world. Nick and Priyanka's wedding lasted a few weeks with several ceremonies so would the other engaged couple attempt to upstage them? It turns out that they went for a whole other kind of height, hitting up a chapel in Sin City and hiring an Elvis impersonator as the leader of their ceremony.
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The news was kept secret until Diplo, who was also in the chapel, decided to live stream the entire thing. He probably didn't get the memo that this was supposed to be a secret. The wedding is legit too because according to CNN, Turner's publicist has confirmed that the couple is now married. Daily Mail estimates that the wedding cost them around $600, including Elvis' paycheck and a pink Cadillac.
Turner is most famous for playing Sansa Stark on Game Of Thrones while Joe Jonas is a member of the Jonas Brothers with Nick and Kevin. Congratulations to the newly-married couple!
"Police" Shut Down Pacha Ibiza Opening Party with Epic Troll [VIDEO]
Ibiza nightclubs have been getting into trouble lately. Clubs have been raided and shut down, with Ibiza police often going toe-to-toe with club organizers and promoters. And now a huge Ibiza club has directly challenged the local policy with an effective weapon: parody.
Pacha Ibiza has caught flack for some shenanigans during the club’s 2018 reopening party. According to Spanish newspaper El Mundo, per Resident Advisor, two go-go dancers impersonated police officers during the reopening night. The two impersonators escorted a group of VIP attendees from the Pacha Hotel to the club, even stopping traffic along the way. The impersonators, equipped with handcuffs and badges, took to the stage and ordered for the music to shut off. After the music briefly stopped, the party resumed, the music returned and the impersonators began dancing.
It sounds like a strange, humorous twist of events, but local police and an Ibiza citizens group were not happy. The police reported the incident to the local council, and the citizens group has called for Pacha to apologize. Pacha gave a statement revealing that the impersonators’ costumes were created by the club’s costume department; they weren’t real police uniforms. Pacha also claimed the costumes didn’t include any real badges or handcuffs.