Every couple wants their wedding to be magical, but Justin Willman and Jillian Sipkins made sure their special day would be enchanting. During their first dance as newlyweds, Jillian cast a spell that caused Justin to levitate! Click to watch!
When you’re in love, they say it feels like you’re walking on air. Cupcake Wars host Justin Willman, 35, took this saying literally during his wedding with Jillian Sipkins. The newlyweds put some magic into their first dance, which left Justin floating off of the ground! Amazing!
Justin and Jillian tied the knot on Sept. 6, in Malibu, California, reports the NY Daily News. The newlyweds decided to have their first dance to Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ classic song, “I Put A Spell On You,” and onlookers watched as Jillian cast a spell on Justin, making him levitate!
Justin has shown off his magician skills on The Tonight Show and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, but no one expected him to pull off quite an illusion during his wedding reception! At the start of the song, Justin sat himself, in a chair, in the middle of the dance floor. Jillian came up and her new husband produced a rose out of nowhere! While that was sweet, she clearly wanted more magic than that.
The two then danced in a romantic display of their new life together. During the dance, Justin seemed to enchant Jillian. As she fell backwards, he caught her and delivered a kiss. Awww. However, when it was Jillian’s turn to enchant Justin, she didn’t catch him because — she didn’t have to!
When Justin fell backwards, the Cupcake Wars host floated off the ground. Unbelievable! The illusion was amazing and got everyone off their feet, including Justin’s father. Seeing his dad get up and throw his hands in the air was almost as good as getting married. “My dad’s reaction. Worth every penny,” Justin tweeted.
We agree! Though, this means that every other newlywed couple needs to step up their game. Maybe instead of cutting the wedding cake, the Bride saws the Groom in half?
What did you think about Justin and Jillian’s dance, HollywoodLifers? Did you think it was a great magic trick?
— Jason Brow