Watch this drag queen interrupt a wedding when the priest asks if anyone objects

Cherie Trieffel
Cherie TrieffelPhoto: screenshot

When Peter McConnachie and Peter Deaville at St. Luke’s church in Glasgow, Scotland, after a drag queen burst into the sanctuary to object to the marriage. The startled priest had just asked if anyone objected to their union, when Cherie Trieffel charged in swinging her handbag.

Trieffel stomped down the aisle as Norma Whitfield’s 1960s song “It Should Have Been Me” starts playing. And as she starts beating one of the grooms with her bag and jumping up in down, shocked witnesses whipped out their phones to record the action.

Of course, the surprise guest was arranged by the grooms – who didn’t even tell the priest it was going to happen. Apparently one of the grooms’ mothers thought it was a real interruption when it started.

With over 5 million views to date, it’s no wonder this video is going viral. Just try to hold in the laughs.

Absolutely brilliant day at Peter Deaville and Peter McConnachie wedding from this start to finish………#120kviews 3.7k shares think that has went viral even I am giddy!!!!This content is exclusively managed by UNILAD to license or use this content please contact [email protected]

Posted by Graham Irving-Cole on Sunday, July 8, 2018

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