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Monday, October 29, 2012

Grown men were crying: Justin Timberlake reveals his wedding day serenade to bride Jessica had guests weeping

By Donna Mcconnell

Justin Timberlake serenaded Jessica Biel with a specially written romantic ballad as she walked down the aisle at their wedding.

He told Hello! Magazine: 'I figured if there was something I was going to be able to offer, it would be to sing her down the aisle.

'Grown men were weeping. Hopefully it's because I didn't sound bad.'

The Hollywood pair tied the knot at the Borgo Egnazia resort, Puglia, Italy in a week long extravaganza which set them back an estimated $6.5million.

Special request: Justin Timberlake revealed he wrote new bride Jessica Biel a romantic ballad for their special day and serenaded her as she walked down the aisle

Timberlake, 31, said seeing his bride in her pink Giambattista Valli gown was 'the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.'

The groom wore a Tom Ford tuxedo.

Justin and Jessica were joined at the October 19 ceremony by celebrity friends including Timbaland and got a memorable reception after exchanging vows.

He said: 'To hear all of our family and friends cheering at extremely loud, inappropriate decibel levels, that became the pinnacle of the ceremony.

It felt perfect. It felt like everything came together.'

The stars' nuptials ended a week of celebrations where they were toasted by 100 close friends and family on the Southern Italian coast.

Jessica is set to ditch her family name and take Justin's.

'Yes, I'm changing my name,' says Biel who next appears in the film Hitchcock, told PEOPLE.

'My professional name will still be the same, but for life, yes, I think it sounds great. I think I really won the jackpot of names.'

But Biel says she is most excited about building a life with her new husband.

She said: 'It's hard to find that one person in the world. Once you find that person, go for it. That kind of commitment is very special.'

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Justin told Hello! they chose Italy for the food, saying: 'We love to eat.'

The couple sold their wedding pictures for $300,000 following the ceremony, which is estimated to have cost them around $6.5million.

Justin said: 'It was a lot to ask of them to travel, so we figured we'd give our guests a good party!'



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