'The Office' Cast Reunites To Surprise Newlyweds With Iconic Wedding Dance

By Paris Close

May 11, 2020

John Krasinski invited his friends from The Office for a heartwarming reunion.

During Monday’s episode (May 11) of Krasinski’s YouTube show Some Good News, the 40-year-old actor officiated a virtual wedding for newly-married couple Susan and John, and celebrated the heartfelt occasion with plenty of unforgettable surprises throughout the broadcast.

"Perhaps my favorite love story of the week was a couple down in Maryland, whose wedding proposal was oddly familiar," the actor, who played Jim on the series, told viewers, before sharing a clip of the duo recreating Jim and Pam’s gas station proposal from The Office.

After bringing the pair’s closest friends and family members via Zoom, Krasinski presented former co-star Jenna Fischer, who portrayed Pam on the show, to serve as the honorary maid of honor for the occasion. What's more, country singer Zac Brown was also brought on to perform a special song for the virtual nuptials.

The surprises didn’t stop there, though. To culminate the virtual ceremony, Krasinski recruited all his old Office castmates to perform the show’s spontaneous wedding dance from the show’s sixth season.

Busting moves from home to Chris Brown’s “Forever,” Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling, Rainn Wilson, Ed Helms, Ellie Kemper, BJ Novak, Brian Baumgartner, Angela Kinsey, Creed Bratton, Kate Flannery, Oscar Martinez, and Phyllis Smith all joined in for the nostalgic dance sequence.

An Office reunion has been in talks for ages since the show pulled the plug in 2013. To celebrate the show's 15th anniversary, Krasinski actually spoke with Carrell about those prospects during the first episode of Some Good News when it premiered in March. (Watch it again here.)

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