Belfast Telegraph

Monday 22 September 2014

Bieber and Hanks at Braun's wedding

Tom Hanks has been filmed taking to the dancefloor at music manager Scooter Braun's wedding,

Justin Bieber, who was also at the do, posted the hilarious clip on his Twitter page of the double Oscar-winning actor throwing shapes on the dancefloor.

The Forrest Gump star danced to Montell Jordan's track This Is How We Do It and was greeted with a round of applause after his routine.

Justin serenaded his manager and Scooter's new wife Yael Cohen to the Beatles song All You Need Is Love as the couple kissed at the bash in Canada, according to TMZ.

At the reception, Justin and fellow Braun client Carly Rae Jepson hit the stage together to sing her hit Call Me Maybe? while Ed Sheeran sang during the Brauns' first official dance as a married couple, according to E! News.

Justin posted the clip of Tom at the Jewish wedding, with the caption: "Haha Tom Hanks singing This Is How We Do It dressed like a Rabbi lol.

He added on his Twitter page: "Congrats Yael ;) u looked like a princess last night. And damn I can't believe Scooter found someone..."

Scooter, 33, proposed to Yael, 27, who is the CEO of F**k Cancer, which she founded after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer - in January.

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