John Krasinski did a really cool thing and invited his friends from "The Office" for a spectacular reunion.
Cast members from the popular show came together to surprise Susan and John, a newly married couple who had their wedding virtually officiated by Krasinski.
"Just like Jim, he couldn't wait any longer," the bride said of the proposal.
In a video posted to Instagram, Krasinski is seen inviting their families to join the special occasion via Zoom. "But we have someone else in mind," the actor said as he surprised the loving couple with their best man and maid of honor.
Krasinski also nominated himself to be honorary best man and introduced Jenna Fischer as the honorary maid of honor.
Music was played during the ceremony while country star Zac Brown performed a special song.
Soon after Krasinski made the marriage official, he and Fischer were joined by Steve Carrell, Mindy Kaling, BJ Novak, Rainn Wilson, Angela Kinsey, Ellie Kemper, Kate Flannery, Brian Baumgartner, Ed Helms, Phyllis Smith, Oscar Nunez, and Creed Bratton.
"There's only one way out of this wedding. And Susan and John, because you elegantly ripped off our proposal, I think it's only fitting that you rip off the wedding too," Krasinski joked.
The group danced to "Forever" by Chris Brown and recreated the famous show's unprompted wedding entrance individually from everyone's home. If you're a big fan of "The Office," you will remember the dance from season 6 when Krasinski and Fischer's characters got married.
Ever since the world was put on lockdown, Krasinski has tapped into his famous friends and positive attitude by hosting “Some Good News,” an online show he broadcasts from home.
Back in April, Krasinski hosted a virtual prom for students unable to celebrate prom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. His former Dunder Mifflin workmate Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) was on hand, as were Billie Eilish and her brother FINNEAS with a performance, as well as appearances from Chance The Rapper and the Jonas Brothers, who performed a socially-distant version of “Sucker.”