The Office Cast Recreates Jim & Pam's Wedding Dance In Special Reunion

As the world tries to deal with the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Hollywood star John Krasinski is continuing to spread positivity and making people happy with his hit web series Some Good News. He previously popped up on the first episode of SGN to celebrate The Office's 15th anniversary.

The bride shared that her boyfriend got down on a knee and said, "Just like Jim, I can't wait any longer".

Zac Brown helps John Krasinski throw an epic virtual wedding for two diehard fans of the Krasinski-starring TV show The Office during the newest episode of the actor's Some Good News series.

The iconic scene was recreated recently and this time for a real wedding.

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After fans of the workplace comedy told Krasinski that they had re-created his character Jim's proposal to Pam (Jenna Fischer) with an unconventional proposal outside of a gas station, Krasinski had a plan. In a tweet sharing video of the proposal, the pair invited Krasinski to their wedding - but he offered to do them one better. "And Susan and John, because you so elegantly ripped off our show for your proposal, I feel like it's only fitting that you rip off the wedding too", Krasinski noted.

As if that wasn't special enough, however, Krasinski had the ideal way to celebrate the couple - recreating the joyous dance down the aisle the characters did at Pam and Jim's wedding! The whole group watched the country star, from home, perform an unreleased song, "The Man Who Loves You Most".

Of course, you can't have a wedding without mom and dad, so he surprised the couple by having their family and friends call in - as well as a few other special guests. Joining Krasinski were Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Ed Helms, Rainn Wilson, BJ Novak, Mindy Kaling, Brian Baumgartner, Creed Bratton, Kate Flannery, Ellie Kemper, Oscar Nunez, Phyllis Smith, and Angela Kinsey.

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