🎲 Almost a Hitch in Vegas: Michael Cera’s Comical Near-Miss with Matrimony to Aubrey Plaza πŸ’

TL:DR; Our favourite awkward-turtle Michael Cera and Aubrey Plaza, better known as “too-cool-for-school” April Ludgate, almost played the ultimate prank of getting married in Vegas while they were dating. They dated for a year and a half after meeting on set of “Scott Pilgrim vs the World”. The punchline? Cera relished the idea of calling Plaza his “ex-wife”.

πŸ“°Storytime, folks! Sit back, relax, and fasten your seatbelts because we’re taking a trip down almost-married memory lane. Imagine this: a nerdy, lovable Michael Cera and the infinitely deadpan Aubrey Plaza getting hitched in the city of sin, Las Vegas. Yes, you read it right – almost. 🀯

After meeting on the set of “Scott Pilgrim vs the World”, the duo found sparks and started dating for about 18 months. Seems pretty standard Hollywood, right? But hold up, folks. Here’s where it gets truly wild! In the middle of a cross-country drive, the comedic pair thought about taking their relationship status from “dating” to “hilariously, we’re married” right in the heart of Vegas. πŸŽ°πŸ’‘

The punchline of this whirlwind almost-love-story? Cera revealed that the prime motivation for this wedding joke was to enjoy the pleasure of introducing Plaza as his “ex-wife” in the future. Is it just us or does that sounds like the most “Michael Cera” move ever? πŸ˜‚

Like a scene straight out of the Hangover, we can’t help but chuckle at the thought of this unconventional, even by Hollywood standards, love story. If this doesn’t scream “the one that got away” vibes, we don’t know what does. πŸš—πŸ’¨πŸ’”

And if you’re scratching your heads thinking, “Well, that’s a first”, you’re not alone! A comedy of (almost) matrimony indeed! But hey, it’s Hollywood! We’ve seen stranger things happen. πŸ‘€

So here’s the real question we’re left pondering: if you could almost marry someone for a laugh, who would it be? And what would be the punchline? Is it a harmless prank, a true display of love, or just another Hollywood quirk we’ll never quite understand?

Disclaimer: This article does not provide relationship advice. The incidents reported are specific to the individuals involved and do not endorse or suggest such actions. πŸ’”πŸš«

So folks, what do you think? Would you ever pull a similar prank or is this just another peculiar Hollywood love story that leaves you amused and bemused? πŸ€·β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·β€β™€οΈ Let’s get the discussion rolling!