Actor MATT DAMON recruited his comedian pal JIMMY KIMMEL to officiate at his wedding renewal ceremony over the weekend (13Apr13).
The actor and his wife of seven years, Luciana Barroso, exchanged their vows again at the Sugar Beach Resort in St. Lucia as part of a big weekend bash attended by their superstar pals, including Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner and Emily Blunt and John Krasinski.
And the guests were in for a big surprise when TV host Kimmel headed to the front of the aisle to conduct the service, during which the Good Will Hunting star read his own vows to the mother of his four children, according to Eonline.com.
He said, "(I promise) to keep my sense of humor through everything and anything life throws at us... To defend you in public and correct you in private, to hold the hand-held shower when you're rinsing the dye out of your hair even though you say I don't do it right. To always respect your views even when we disagree - like about the fact that there's a right way and a wrong way to hold a hand-held shower... To make a fool out of myself in front of you - but not too often... To be the dad our four beautiful children deserve, to be your best friend."
Barroso also delivered a heart-felt speech, adding, "(I vow) to not yell at you when you hold the hand-held shower wrong - and yes, you do it wrong, to take the side of the bed closest to the bathroom no matter where on earth we are, to protect you from yourself when you sleepwalk but also to videotape you if I can find my phone in the dark... To be the mom our four beautiful girls deserve... and no matter what unpredictable direction life takes us in, to be right next to you loving you with everything I have."
Kimmel was an odd choice as he often pokes fun at his film star pal on his late-night TV show, often ending the program by apologising to Damon for running out of time on fictitious interviews.
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