youtube.com | published september 10, 2015
magician justin willman gets levitated by his photographer bride jillian sipkins in their first dance on september 6, 2015 in malibu, california.
justin willman ❊ twitter ❊ instagram
jillian sipkins ❊ twitter ❊ instagram
choreographer ❊ sebastien stella
thumbnail photo ❊ frances Iacuzzi photography
cell phone video ❊ joshua seth
song ❊ "i put a spell on you" screaming jay hawkins
related ❊ drunk history video about how justin + jillian met (warning explicit language)
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