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The bride and groom were set on fire during a strange wedding stunt

No rice to throw for the couple: The pyromaniac newlyweds literally burst into flames of glory after setting themselves on fire to end their wedding ceremony. A video of wedding-related fireworks currently boasts more than 15.2 million viral views online as of Friday afternoon.

“Getting out of their wedding makes sparklers boring,” reads the caption of the fully lit clip, which was posted Monday by wedding DJ Russ Powell.

The lovebirds are Gabe Jessop and Amber Mitchell, 42-year-old stunt doubles who work on TV and film sets like “Yellowstone” and “Hereditary,” so they decided to pay tribute to their shared career during their marriage.

However, very few viewers could prepare for the stunt, which features flames that practically spark a gender-reveal party, Jam Press reported.

The video of the knot-frying ceremony – titled “When Stunt People Get Married” – begins traditionally enough, with the bride and groom standing side by side.

The clip was captioned "When stunt people get married."
The clip of the fiery wedding was captioned “When stunt guys get married.”
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Gabe Jessop and Ambeer Bambir fry the knot.
Gabe Jessop and Amber Mitchell fry the knot: Some online pundits are comparing this scene to Jennifer Lawrence’s flame-festoon dress from “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”
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Alicia Keys didn’t mean it when she sang “This Girl Is On Fire.”
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However, the incident takes a smoldering turn after a man ignites Mitchell’s bouquet with a large incendiary device, after which they go up in “Ghost Rider” to blaze a la Nick Cage and Sam Elliott. .

The twin flames then walk down the aisle holding hands, while guests cheer in the background, seemingly dissatisfied with the fact that they are both on fire.

The fiery footage ends with Jessop and Michelle as a wedding attendant taking hot action with a fire extinguisher.

Thankfully the couple were protected by fire-retardant clothing as well as anti-sing gel over their exposed skin and hair.
The couple were protected by fireproof clothing as well as anti-sing gel over their exposed skin and hair.
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The display of burning passion got the comment section excited with an impressed TikToker saying, “Hey! Totally burnt out to tie the knot.”

“Ngl… your marriage will be in the top 10 for life,” endorsed DJ Russ Powell in the comments.

“If my wedding isn’t going to happen in such a light, I’m going to change that,” said another awkward commenter.

“I know the photographer was tense,” joked one viewer, while another joked about a scenario where the cameraman didn’t capture the moment, typing: “Photographer: ‘Can we run again’ I forgot to take off the lens[cap], ,

Others compared the scene to Jennifer Lawrence's flame-festoon dress "The game's hunger fires."
Wedding guests kept a safe distance from the flames.
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He took the song The Doors "light My Fire" literally.
“Please tell me the hair was safe,” said one commenter, to which DJ Russ Powell replied: “They both had anti-burn gel in their hair and face, then a wig over it.” After this the couple knelt for the fire brigade.
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Thankfully, it appeared the couple was unwell during the fireworks display.
Thankfully, it appeared the couple was unwell during the fireworks display.
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Others compared the scene to Jennifer Lawrence’s flame-festoon outfit from “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”

However, some concerned commentators wondered whether the couple was okay after the fireworks.

“A lot of things in this video could have killed him,” said one social media schoolboy.

“Please tell me the hair was safe,” said another, to which DJ Russ Powell replied: “They both had anti-burn gel in their hair and face, then a wig over it.” He was also reportedly wearing fireproof clothing, Newsweek reports.

The DJ also posted a disclaimer informing the audience that the newlyweds are “trained professionals” and not “try this at home”.

A guest puts out a fire.
A helper extinguishes the fire, and like sung phoenixes, the lovebirds rise.
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Bake my wife please?
TikToker posted its viral clip with a disclaimer informing viewers that the newlyweds are “trained professionals” and “[not] Try it at home.”
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