Joe Jonas says Diplo 'ruined' surprise Vegas wedding to Sophie Turner

The couple plans to have a second wedding in France later this summer 

Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas appear to marry in surprise Vegas ceremony

Joe Jonas has revealed he wanted to keep his Vegas wedding to Sophie Turner a secret but Diplo “ruined” it by live-streaming.

The couple exchanged vows earlier this month in front of an Elvis impersonator after the Billboard Music Awards.

Appearing on the radio show Capital Breakfast, Jonas agreed with one of the hosts who suggested that Diplo ruined the surprise when he shared it with his 5m Instagram followers.

“Diplo ruined it for you though,” one of the DJs said, according to The Blast, to which Jonas replied: “Diplo did. Yeah, he ruined it.

The Jonas Brother then added: “I love Diplo, but he loves his ‘gram more than a 13-year-old. He posts every five seconds. He literally, like, live-streamed with dog face filters.”

But despite sharing their wedding ceremony with the public, Jonas said he and his new wife aren’t mad at the famous DJ.

“We just laughed, we loved it,” Jonas said. “We thought it was ridiculous.”

Last week, Turner also discussed Diplo’s role in her wedding, announcing on the Graham Norton Show that her and Jonas didn’t “choose him to be our wedding photographer”.

“He just kind of decided to live-stream it. [What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas,” she said.

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