Jerrod Niemann, wedding crasher? He's earned the title. The singer crashed six weddings while in Las Vegas for the 2017 ACM Awards, performing his new single, "God Made a Woman," for unsuspecting couples. Inspired by the experience, Niemann and his wife of two years, Morgan, decided to renew their vows on a whim.

Niemann enlisted the help of Jesse Garon — the "official Elvis of Las Vegas" — to renew his own vows to Morgan at A Little White Wedding Chapel. Known for its 24-hour drive-thru "Tunnel of Love," the landmark is iconic — it's been featured on Friends and has hosted many famous brides and grooms, like Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, Britney Spears, Michael Jordan, and Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.

“Since I recorded ‘God Made a Woman,’ I hoped it would touch others’ lives like it has impacted my wife and me,” Niemann says in a press release. “To share special moments with other couples in Las Vegas was unbelievable. Hopefully more folks out there will be able to experience something special with the song as well.”

Niemann played surprise wedding singer for six couples, even visiting the High Roller — the world's tallest observation wheel — to serenade some lovebirds from 550 feet in the air. He also stopped in at the Mob Museum, Chapel of the Flowers, Denny's and KISS by Monster Mini Golf.

"God Made a Woman" is the lead single off his Niemann's forthcoming fourth studio album.

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