When musical superstar Kat Valdez learns, seconds before their wedding ceremony, that her fiancé has cheated on her with her assistant, she marries a random guy from the crowd instead.
Written By: John Rogers, Tami Sagher, Harper Dill
Directed By: Kat Coiro
Distributor: Universal Pictures
Starring: Jennifer Lopez, Maluma, Owen Wilson, Sarah Silverman, John Bradley
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