Did Maroon 5 really crash weddings for sugar video?

Video footage on YouTube contains footage of two of the real weddings crashed in the final video, including couple number 5 (Martin and Sharis) and number 7 (Ryan and Melanie). Eric Parsons’ published photograph and testimony confirms that the wedding of couple number 4 (Sharon and Steve) was also genuine.

Was Maroon 5 Sugar weddings real?

So here’s what we know about the realness of the video: There are real weddings in it. Wedding photographer Eric Parsons told me (in the video above) that he was shooting one of the weddings, of Sharon and Steve, when Maroon 5 made their surprise appearance. “Sharon knew nothing about it,” he said.

What genre is sugar Maroon 5?

FunkPop musicSoul music

Are Adam and behati still together?

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo have been married since 2014. Celebrity couple Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo welcomed fans into their ‘serene’ Los Angeles house in a new video. The Maroon 5 singer and Namibian model have been married since 2014 and have two children.

Did Maroon 5 actually crash weddings?

Maroon 5 decided to drive accross LA crashing and singing at every wedding they could. They did let the grooms know about it in advance, so some of them may have slipped and told the bride and their guests beforehand. But, the band snuck into each wedding reception and set up their equipment behind a white curtain.

What is sugar by Maroon 5?

” Sugar ” is a song which is recorded by American band Maroon 5 for their fifth studio album V (2014). It was written by Mike Posner , Adam Levine , Dr. Luke, and Jacob Kasher Hindlin together with its producers Ammo and Cirkut. It was sent to contemporary hit radio in the United States,…

Was Maroon 5 sugar video real?

“The Buzz on the internet is whether the Maroon 5 ‘Sugar’ music video is real or staged. We played the parents of the Asian bride and yes, everything was staged,” Stephen and Barbara Woo wrote on Facebook. “In fact, all of the wedding were filmed at the same location over 3-day period. Sorry for the buzz kill (sic).”.