Adam Levine And Maroon 5 Crash Couple’s Wedding For New Music Video

Don’t look now Vince Vaughn, but Adam Levine is taking a page out of one your movies. The Maroon 5 front man and company crashed a lucky Los Angeles couple’s wedding for the band’s upcoming “Sugar” music video.

According to Perez Hilton, the “Animals” group got all dolled up in their wedding best and performed a few songs — including perfect wedding tune “She Will Be Loved” — for the surprised wedding party.

Access Hollywood got the scoop directly from Adam Levine, who explained where the idea first originated from, citing the movie starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as the direct inspiration.

“David Dobkin, who is an awesome director and a really dear, dear friend, decided to revisit the concept of obviously the original ‘Wedding Crashers,'” he explained. “The only difference being we actually crashed weddings this time!”

E! Online tracked down the photographers who were on-hand snapping photos of the event for their take on Maroon 5’s daring move.

“It was an incredible surprise and everyone at the wedding is going to cherish those memories,” Duke Photography told E! News. “They crashed the wedding and were filming their new music video during the performance. We can’t say much more, but that it was a great experience.”

The new bride and groom reportedly snapped a couple of pics with Adam Levine and the rest of the band as well. Levine, who himself is newly married to Victoria’s Secret model wife Behati Prinsloo in July, recently mentioned his own desire to start a family. As reported by the Inquisitr, Levine told an E! News interviewer recently that he is targeting a goal of 17 kids.

“Is that reasonable?,” he (maybe) jokingly said, and added, “I love kids so much, though. I love seeing kids on the set, too.”

It’s too soon to tell if the couple will take Adam Levine’s advice on procreation, or simply hold onto the lasting memory that Maroon 5 became the greatest wedding crashers of them all.

“Sugar,” meanwhile, is the band’s latest single to be released. They recently performed the song in a Nissan commercial that found Adam parading around inside the new sports car while he sang it’s lyrics. The wedding-themed video is a stark contrast to their original video for “Animals” that sparked a bit of controversy for its backdrop of a meat packing facility and promoting stalking as part of the courtship process.

[Adam Levine and Maroon 5 image via The Daily Mail]