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Meet the maid of honour who ditched the speech and rapped to Eminem

‘Now this looks like it’s meant to be/So everybody just toast with me/Raise your glasses if you’re thirsty/‘Cause tonight we’re here to P-PAR-TEE.’

Do you hate weddings?

Do you think they're getting too creative? Too out there? Too over the top?

Then stop reading now, because we're about to bring that to a whole new level.

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The bride's little sister, Jennifer Gabrielli, surprised guests at her sister's wedding in California when she showed her inner Eminem.

The maid of honour stepped up in front of the happy couple, and said she liked to sing before putting on a Love Pink hoodie and rapping to the tune of Eminem's Without Me.

The lyrics, admittedly, are pretty creative.

At one point, she raps: "Guarantee you'll grow the family tree/Some pretty cute babies, we can all agree/You know Nicole, wants thirty or more/Too much to pay for/So Blake said four."

And the first chorus goes: "Now this looks like it's meant to be/So everybody just toast with me/Raise your glasses if you're thirsty/'Cause tonight we're here to P-PAR-TEE."

The guests seemed to enjoy the performance, toasting at appropriate times, clapping and cheering along.

Gabrielli took her time to talk about the sisters' relationship, rapping: "A little hellion, but I wasn't rebellious/Sorry I was always so reckless/I just wanted to be like my big sis,/But when I was wrong, she told and I yelled 'SNITCH!' "

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It was either the most inspired wedding toast ever, or the breaking point for any wedding guest who's decided they've seen enough over-the-top "creative" displays of affection done after a few glasses of champagne.

What do you think? A nice change from traditionally snooze-worthy speeches, or way too much energy for a love-filled afternoon?

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