John Legend has wedding for his dogs in 'All of Me' parody for charity

Watch @johnlegend throw his dogs an epic wedding in an #AllofMe parody for charity

John Legend had a wedding for his dogs and it was probably fancier than many nuptials out there, coming complete with the Oscar winner singing his hit "All of Me."

The "Glory" singer shared the parody video online Wednesday, prompting viewers to enter in a contest to have him to sing at their wedding, birthday party or other celebration and to support Legend's Show Me Campaign, which is rebuilding an auditorium at South High School in Springfield, Ohio.

"I'm so excited to play at your wedding, I filmed my rehearsal. My babies helped too!" Legend tweeted.

In the cinematic wedding video, his chubby English bulldog Puddy and French bulldog Pippa gussied up for their big walk down the aisle, while Legend belted out his epic love song during their slobbery nuptials. There's also tiny canine formalwear and a bouquet toss. He officiates, his wife, Chrissy Teigen, makes a cameo -- what does she say, exactly? -- and it's all pretty much adorable.

The Show Me Campaign, which the Grammy winner launched in 2007, aims to break the cycle of poverty by supporting programs that provide children with a quality education.

The 36-year-old says he's pretty much game for anything during the exclusive concert that he's using to raise money. Once you see what he does for his dogs, you can just imagine what he'll do for the lucky winner.

"Let me perform an exclusive show for you and your loved ones for a very special reason — or none at all," he said on the donation website. "I'll be there with a library of songs perfect for whatever the occasion and setting. Your wedding? Cool, I'm into that. Backyard BBQ? I can hang. Toddler's birthday party? Sure, as long as there's no clown."

"I'll dedicate a song to you and yours, let you perch yourself on the piano and maybe we'll even do a 'Chopsticks' duet! (I'll take the hard part.) See you for your big moment, whatever you decide that is," he said.


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