On Tuesday, Amy Poehler and Portlandia's Carrie Brownstein were floored when two fans asked for an impromptu wedding ceremony at Miz Brownstein's book Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl: A Memoir's book signing in Pasadena, CA.
The Parks and Recreation alum was leading a Q&A for her Sleater-Kinney rocker pal when Kendall Oshiro and Genevieve Hernandez made their bold request.
"The couple told Carrie they'd heard from a friend that she was an ordained minister. They asked if they could get married on the spot, as they'd come prepared with their marriage license."
LOVES it! Apparently, the Saturday Night Livevet seemed more than excited at the idea of Carrie officiating the spontaneous nuptials — as she was heard encouraging her to do it.
The source continued:
"Amy was visibly excited and shocked, and turned to Carrie [and said] 'You gotta do it!'. The crowd cheered and applauded wildly."
AH-Mazing! The brunette beauty noted that she was ordained in order to marry her friends in the upcoming weeks.
So while the 41-year-old prepped for the service, the funny lady grabbed bouquets for the happy pair from a larger flower arrangement. LOLz!
Amy even whipped out some piano skills to entertain the "guests." Color us impressed!
We're not sure if we're shocked more by the fact that the newlyweds came with a marriage license in hand or that Carrie had her ordainment paperwork on her??
The source concluded:
"It was a sincere, thoughtful, and impressive speech, considering the spontaneity. Amy remained seated at the piano, looking emotional and delighted for them. The entire ceremony lasted just under 10 minutes."
Squee! Be sure to ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious and romantic moment in its entirety (below)!
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