Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg’s latest episode of 'Cringe Tuesday' gave his fans a look at what he believes would be the worst thing that could happen at his upcoming wedding with long-time partner Marzia Bisognin.
While PewDiePie originally shot to fame thanks to his hilarious gaming videos, the Swede has since moved on to uploading reaction and commentary videos, including popular series like ‘You laugh, you lose’ and ‘Meme Review.’
Now, the YouTube star has released his latest show titled ‘Cringe Tuesday’, where he reacts to awkward and uncomfortable videos from across the internet.
PewDiePie watches wedding disaster
In a clip from his new Cringe Tuesday show, PewDiePie watched on in horror as a man who was officiating a wedding shouted at photographers who were attempting to document the couple’s special day.
Just as the officiant conversed with the bride and groom, he spun around at the clicking noise made by the camera equipment, telling the photographer who was standing in the background that if he didn’t leave, he would stop performing the ceremony.
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“Please, sirs, leave,” the angry officiant told the photographer, who asked where he wanted him to go. “Anywhere other than here. This is a solemn assembly, not a photography session. Please move or I will stop. I will stop the ceremony if you do not get out of the way.”
Clip starts at 5:00 for mobile users.
The clip ends with the bride and groom looking confused and horrified, a feeling shared by PewDiePie, who couldn’t believe what he had just watched.
“God damnit, he’s a photographer,” said the Swede with a pained expression. “He’s supposed to take photos!”
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“This is my nightmare. Me and Marzia getting married and this happens. There’s just too many idiots out there!”
PewDiePie proposed to Marzia back in April 2018, seven years after the pair first started dating back in 2011. Since then, PewDiePie has gone on to become the biggest star on YouTube, and went to battle with Bollywood giants T-Series in an attempt to remain the biggest channel on the site, although that war appears to be finished now with the Swede calling for an end to the campaign.
PewDiePie even invited his entire 90 million plus subscribers to the wedding ceremony - although he didn't disclose the crucial details of where and when it will take place.