Controversial YouTuber Jake Paul popped the question to social media star Tana Mongeau in a Vegas nightclub, setting them up for a fast-paced wedding just a month later – and it’s already almost time for their big day.
While many fans are still dubious about the legitimacy of their union, it doesn’t look like the speculation is stopping the two YouTubers, who are set to get married on Sunday, July 28.
In keeping with their Vegas engagement, the two are tying the knot in Sin City, in what they claim to be a $500,000 bash at the Graffitti Mansion, with their reception taking place at the Sugar Factory.
How and where to watch the big wedding
Fans of the YouTube couple can tune into their celebration on MTV, who will film the whole event, to be aired later on their YouTuber reality show.
If you want to watch the event live however, the wedding will be streamed on Halogen TV, but it isn’t free – viewers will have to pay a hefty fee of $49.99 to witness this matrimony.
For those willing to put down the cash, the stream will go live at on July 28 at 5 PM PST / 8 PM EST / 2 AM BST, so don’t miss out (and potentially end up wasting that $50).
Who got invited to the ceremony?
Jake Paul uploaded a YouTube video on July 26, which featured the social media star handing out personalized invitations to major internet celebs with Tana in tow.
Thus far, it’s looking like their wedding will see such attendees as Instagram star Nikita Dragun, former Viner King Bach, and top YouTubers Lele Pons and Trisha Paytas.
Of course, Jake’s older brother, Logan Paul, will also be in attendance, but not as a mere spectator: instead, Logan is set to take the role of Jake’s best man, after purportedly tearing up upon realizing that “Jana” is the real deal.
With just one day left, Jake and Tana’s wedding precedes Logan’s “Challenger Games,” which is set to similarly feature a slew of internet stars in a track and field competition for charity.
While speculation is still rife regarding “Jana,” the couple is determined to go through with their wedding, fake or not – and only time will tell if the two will last.