- A 'wedding crasher' has gone viral online but it appears it was not what it looked like
- The lady, dressed in white, allegedly showed up at her ex-bae's wedding, shouting that it should have been her
- However, it has since been revealed the entire scene was set up to prank the bride
Every bride's worst nightmare is her groom's former bae showing up at the wedding ceremony, ruining the special day.
One woman, Stacey Owen, was momentarily horrified when a lady showed up wearing a gown and pretending to be the groom's ex-girlfriend.
A video has gone viral, showing a woman showing up at Owen and her hubby's wedding reception.
The lady is heard screaming: “Stop the wedding, it should have been me.”
The 29-year-old bride, who hails from Wales, was stunned by the situation unfolding on her special day but it was revealed the entire incident was a prank cooked up by her maid of honour.
According to Mirror UK, the maid of honour, who was simply identified as Jackie, convinced Welsh comedian January Rees to crash the reception.
Jackie said she persuaded Rees to take part in her scheme and they planned it out four to five months before the special day.
However, she admitted that it could have gone really wrong. Jackie was quoted saying she wanted to do something silly and she searched for ideas online.
Jackie revealed: "I came across videos of drag queens going down the aisle which gave me this idea."
Owen said the lights were dimmed after their first dance and she initially had no idea what was going on.
"I thought it was one of his nutty exes,” she said.
However, as soon as the lights came on, Owen saw the comedian's face and she immediately recognised her.
As for her hubby, Owen said he was "terrified" at first. Despite the unconventional joke at the wedding, both the happy couple and the guest saw the "funny side of the performance" and they said it was something they'll never forget.
Take a look at the video below:
While Owen was lucky the entire performance was just a prank, another lady's special day was ruined by a scorned ex.