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McFly Wedding Speech
4:22pm 9th January 2013
Ding dong the bells are going to ryhme.
Instead of a speech, McFly's lead singer sang to his bride on their wedding day.
Tom Fletcher explained he was too nervous to speak in public, but he did know how to write a song.
He used some of the band's top hits to thank his best men, family, and finally, with the help of a school choir, his new wife Gi.
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