Country musician Tim McGraw just gave one couple the best surprise wedding present ever. The "Humble And Kind" singer serenaded a lucky bride, Lisa White, and groom, Paul Getz, at the couple's wedding celebration on Saturday, August 27, in Philadelphia.
For the father-daughter dance, David White, the father of the bride, arranged for the McGraw to come and perform his smash hit "My Little Girl" at the reception held at Vie on Saturday night.
Paul Getz Sr., the groom's father, told CBS Philadelphia: "They went through about one line of the song and then right after that Lisa turns around and sees that Tim McGraw was singing to her. Everybody was spellbound in the place."
After performing "My Little Girl" during the father-daughter dance, the 49-year-old country artist performed a slew of other songs including the classic tune "Live Like You Were Dying," with the help of a local band called Jellyroll.
Paul Getz, the groom, joined The Highway on Sirius XM to talk about the special experience. "Originally she thought, 'Why did my dad hire a Tim McGraw impersonator?'" he recalled. "And then she realized it was actually him. It was absolutely unbelievable and he was such a great guy. He played for about 45 minutes and played eight or nine songs and then we got ot hang out with him a little bit afterward backstage."
The only person that knew the surprise was coming was the father of the bride. "Mr. White was the only person who knew it was happening," Kristen, Paul's sister, told CBS Philadelphia. "Tim was there for two hours backstage beforehand and that's when him and Mr. White planned how the surprise would go down. Such a heartwarming moment filled with love!"
Congratulations to the happy couple, and we wish them many more epic moments in the future just like this special surprise from Tim McGraw!
[H/T US Weekly]