Did Maroon 5 Fake the Wedding Crashing on Their “Sugar” Music Video?

Did Maroon 5 Fake the Wedding Crashing on Their “Sugar” Music Video?

Apparently, according to numerous reports, yes.

A few weeks ago, we posted a story that details how Maroon 5 surprised several newlyweds on their wedding day by crashing the party and performing their new single “Sugar.” The wedding crashing, along with their performance, were recorded and stitched into the song’s official music video.

At the start of the video, Maroon 5′s front man Adam Levine said, “We’re gonna drive across LA and hit every wedding we possibly can.”

Maroon 5 Crashes Weddings (1)

Upon release, the said music video aroused suspicion from various netizens and media outlets especially on how flawless the wedding receptions they’ve crashed into appear to be. Some even described the weddings to be “very polished” and that “there were no crying bridesmaids in sight.”

Many allegations were pacified especially when Levine released a statement saying how wonderful it was to be part of the newlyweds’ special day.

However, on the Internet, there’s nothing that you can hide. If there’s something that is being covered up, it will eventually surface.

So, this is what seems to have happened with the said music video. One observant netizen pointed out that one of the brides look a lot like America’s Next Top Model contestant, Raina Hein. By the way, she isn’t married.

Maroon 5 Sugar Fake (1)

Another observant fan said that the guy on the first wedding is actor Nico Evers-Swindell. If that were true, according to his IMDB profile, he has been married since 2011.

Maroon 5 Sugar Fake (3)

Afterwards, revelations started to surface the Internet. For an instance, Stephen and Barbara Woo, who appeared as parents of one of the brides on the music video, posted the following on Facebook. 

Maroon 5 Sugar Fake (2)(Via: uk.celebrity.yahoo.com) 

The post said:

“The Buzz on the internet is whether the Maroon 5 ‘Sugar’ music video is real or staged. We played the parents of the Asian bride and yes, everything was staged. In fact, all of the weddings were filmed at the same location over a three-day period. Sorry for the buzz kill.”

However, the said Facebook page appears to have been taken down. 

So, what do you think of this?

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Did Maroon 5 Fake the Wedding Crashing on Their “Sugar” Music Video?






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