No rice-throwing for this couple: Pyromaniac newlyweds literally went out in a blaze of glory after setting themselves on fire to end their wedding ceremony.
A video of theÂ nuptial pyrotechnics currently boasts more than 15.2 million viral viewsÂ online as of Friday afternoon.
â€œTheir wedding exit makes sparklers look boring,â€ reads the caption to the absolutely lit clip, which was posted Monday by wedding DJ Russ Powell.
The lovebirds areÂ Gabe JessopÂ andÂ AmbyrÂ Mishelle, 42-year-old stunt doubles who work on TV and film sets such as â€œYellowstoneâ€ and â€œHereditary,â€ so they decided to pay homage to their shared careers during their wedding.
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However, very little could prepare most viewers for the stunt, which features flames that practically evoked aÂ gender-reveal party gone awry, Jam Press reported.
The video of the knot-frying ceremony â€” captioned â€œwhen stunt people marryâ€ â€” starts off traditionally enough, with the bride and groom standing side by side.
However, the event takes a smoldering turn after a man ignites Mishelleâ€™s bouquet with a large incendiary device, whereupon they go up in blazesÂ a la Nic Cage and Sam Elliott in â€œGhost Rider.â€
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The twin flames then jog down the aisle holding hands while guests cheer in the background, seemingly unbothered by the fact theyâ€™re both on fire.
The fiery footage ends with Jessop and Mishelle kneeling as a wedding attendant douses the hot action with a fire extinguisher.
The display of burning passion set the comment section alight with one impressed TikToker exclaiming, â€œDamn! A full burn to tie the knot.â€
â€œNGLâ€¦ your wedding is gonna be top 10 for life,â€ seconded DJ Russ Powell in the comments.
â€œIf my marriage is not going to be this lit Iâ€™m leaving him at the alter,â€ added another awestruck commenter.
â€œI know that photographer was stressed,â€ joked one viewer, while another joked about a scenario where the cameraman didnâ€™t capture the moment, typing: â€œPhotographer: â€˜Can we have a rerun? I forgot to take off the lens[cap].â€™ â€œ
â€œPlease tell me the hair was protected,â€ one commenter said, to which DJ Russ Powell replied: â€œThey both had anti-burn gel in their hair and face, then she had a wig on top.â€
Others compared the scene to Jennifer Lawrenceâ€™s flame-festooned dress from â€œHunger Games: Catching Fire.â€
However, some concerned commenters wondered if the couple was OK following the fireworks.
â€œSo many things couldâ€™ve killed them in this video,â€ said one social media schoolmarm.
â€œPlease tell me the hair was protected,â€ said another, to which DJ Russ Powell replied: â€œThey both had anti-burn gel in their hair and face, then she had a wig on top.â€ They were also reportedly wearing fireproof clothing,Â Newsweek reported.