The Office cast reunites to attend superfan couple’s virtual wedding as Jenna Fischer steps in as maid of honor – The Sun

THE OFFICE cast reunited to attend a superfan's wedding while John Krasinski served as officiant and best man.

Jenna Fisher also tuned in and served as the bride's maid of honor.

On Monday's episode of John's YouTube show, Some Good News, the actor and director brought on a couple and their family members to celebrate their engagement.

He had decided to bring them on the show because the couple were huge fans of The Office.

The groom had also proposed to his fiance the same way that Jim had proposed to Pam in the show.

John first surprised them by actually offering to marry them on the show after he had gotten ordained.

He even brought on their parents and best friends to join the celebration.

He then had The Office cast member, Jenna Fischer, who played John's love interest on the show, Pam, join the party and be the bide's maid of honor.

She told the bride-to-be: "It's your wedding day! I had to get dressed up."

The singer, Zac Brown, later joined the Zoom call before he played a new song for the couple's big moment while John married them.

Jenna even wiped away a few emotional tears.

But the celebration wasn't over as John brought on the cast of The Office to recreate the dance they performed during Jim and Pam's wedding.

Steve Carell (Michael Scott), Rainn Wilson (Dwight Schrute), Angela Kinsey (Angela Martin), Ed Helms (Andy Bernard), and  Phyllis Smith (Phyllis Vance), danced to Chris Brown's Forever like in the show.

Kate Flannery (Meredith Palmer), Creed Bratton (Creed Bratton), and Ellie Kemper (Erin Hannon) popped into the Zoom call too.

Mindy Kaling (Kelly Kapoor) and B.J. Novack (Ryan Howard) also reunited to dance side by side – the two dated onscreen and offscreen, before remaining best friends.

And of course, Oscar Nunez (Oscar Martinez) and Brian Baumgartner (Kevin Malone) also nailed their dance moves.

The 40-year-old father of two is actually happily married to actress, Emily Blunt, who has made several cameos in her husband's new YouTube show.

He started SGN shortly after the country went into quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Some Good News is dedicated to sharing good news during a time when most of the news on TV are focused on the effects of COVID-19.

His mission for the show is to demonstrate that no matter how tough things get in the world, there's always going to be something to smile about.

Fans can expect more videos as self-isolation due to the coronavirus threatens to extend well into the summer.

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