They weren't on the guest list, but that didn't stop comedian and actress Amy Schumer and director Judd Apatow from taking part in an Irish wedding over the weekend — and stealing the show, of course!
The duo, in Dublin to promote their new movie Trainwreck, took a break from their tour and walked into an area bar, where they stumbled on the wedding unfolding around them, according to E! News. It wasn't long before bride Eithne McAdams and groom J.P. Swine, along with their close friends and family members, spotted the pair in Gorgan's Pub and invited them to share in the big day.
According to E! News, Schumer and Apatow happily jumped right in, getting to know the couple and their guests and even initiating a group sing-along. One attendee captured the duo on his or her phone, singing along to an Irish tune, titled "Ould Triangle," beside the bride and groom and their guests. Schumer smiles as she stumbles over the words, and the bride, of course, looks delighted. We know this was already one night she'd never forget — but now, it's even more special!
This isn't the first time Schumer has crashed a wedding-related activity. In June, Schumer was running through Central Park in New York City when she came across an engagement session. She stopped and, according to People, cried out, "Oh my god! Are you taking engagement photos? Let me get in one!" Who could say "no" to that?