Jake Paul and Tana Mongeau’s wedding didn’t go off without a hitch.
The YouTube stars tied the knot in Las Vegas on Sunday, but a mid-ceremony brawl marred the nuptials.
As they livestreamed their “I dos” from the Grafitti Mansion, someone threw champagne at the happy couple!
It happened just as they went in for their first kiss. People says, Jake could be heard swearing as he pushed the man away and when their officiant Arman Izadi joined in, a brawl broke out.
According to the magazine, Jake’s brother Logan, a fellow YouTuber, explained, “A dude came up and threw champagne on Tana and Jake and Jake pushed him and our priest Armani, I don’t know how else to say this, he beat the s--t out of him.” They didn’t know who the man was, but Logan said, “He was smiling all menacingly.”
Security stepped in to break up the fight, and the couple was able to finally share that first kiss.
On a happier note, Tana, 21, rocked three looks throughout the night. For the ceremony, she chose a princess-style white gown with pink detailing and wore her blonde hair down in soft curls. She later changed into a figure-hugging, floor-length dress with a train and veil, before hitting the red carpet at Sugar Factory in her reception dress. The last look was a metallic mini-dress with thigh-high boots. She even donned a pair of shades and wore the front of her hair pulled back.
Paul, 22, looked dapper in a 1940s style white tux and hat and black shirt, he accessorized with a black umbrella and Dior saddle bag.
It has been a whirlwind romance for the couple, who started dating two months ago. They got engaged in Las Vegas on June 23, which is also Tana’s 21st birthday. Fittingly, their relationship will play out on the new MTV digital reality show “Tana Turns 21.”
Ahead of the nuptials, Tana assured People that their love was real. “This is a real wedding. This is a real marriage. At the end of the day, you’re marrying someone because you love them and because you want to express your love to them. And that’s the type of thing that I want to focus on.”