Whether we want to admit it or not, I think the majority of us have fantasized about our future wedding day at least once in our lives. You may not know exactly who it is that you'll be meeting at the end of the aisle, but you've probably thought about what kind of suit or dress you'll want to wear, who will be in your bridal party, and of course, what song you'll be dancing to with your better half. Most of us will have to settle for just a played recording of our wedding songs, but some people are lucky enough to have a live performance on their special day. Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's Wedding singer is Canadian artist Daniel Caesar.
Probably one of the most highly anticipated celebrity unions of the year is none other than Canadian singer, Justin Bieber and American model, Hailey Baldwin. The pair eloped back in September of 2018, but they've been planning a bigger ceremony that includes their friends and family for quite some time now, although they've pushed the wedding date back multiple times for various reasons.
After months of waiting, we've finally been informed that the pair will be tying the knot on Monday, September 30 in South Carolina. More details have been coming out as the big day nears, and we now know that their wedding singer will be none other than Canadian artist, Daniel Caesar.
If you're not familiar with Caesar's work, let me be the first to tell you that you're definitely missing out. The Oshawa, Ontario native has a voice unlike anything you've ever heard before, and pens love ballads that will make you wish you were meeting your future husband or wife at the altar.
Some of his most popular tracks can be heard on his 2017 album Freudian, including Best Part, We Find Love, and Get You. Earlier this summer, Caesar also released his latest project, Case Study 01, which features plenty of sweet, sweet love songs.
Initially, rumours were swirling around that it would be Ed Sheeran who would perform at the Biebers' wedding, and although nothing has been officially scheduled or announced, we wouldn't be surprised if a surprise song or two was added to the itinerary.