The most recent Justin Timberlake headline is a tender one.

Over the weekend, the Memphis, Tennessee native was inducted into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame, and his bro-lover/frequent comedy collaborator Jimmy Fallon was there to present him with it.


But it was Jessica Biel, Mr. Timberlake's wife and mother to his 7-month-old son, Silas Randall, who got JT in a misty tizzy.

"Baby, I love you more than I could put into words," he spoke of Biel, "more than any song I could ever write." He then called her "beautiful, loving and incredibly understanding of her husband's shortcomings."

He started tearing up as he mentioned that Jessica is "built like a Memphian," and "tough as nails," and added that the two recently celebrated their 3rd wedding anniversary.

While the awwwww-factor is strong here, it's a good-a-time as any to reflect on that wedding...

..specifically THIS photo.

Though she looks absolutely spectacular, Jessica's clenched smile reads: "Don't you dare jump -- Justin...don't you do it, don't do it. You did it. You're jumping. OK. This is happening. I'm wearing a pink dress."

The price you pay when you marry a Mickey Mouse Club alum.

If that face/pose doesn't have the steaming brand of "former child star" on it, then I don't know what does.

In honor of these cringe-worthy snaps, let's take a look at other perplexing celebrity wedding photos, presented (mostly) without comment/caption.

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline (2004)

Anna Nicole Smith and J. Howard Marshall (1994)

Celine Dion and René Angélil (1994)


Edible arrangement (Christina Aguilera and Jordan Bratman, 2005)

Kate Moss and flower girls/ring bearers (her wedding to Jamie Hince, 2011)

No, this is not a scene from The Wicker Man.

Marcia Cross and Tom Mahoney (2006)

Save the children.

P!nk and Carey Hart (2006)

Beyoncé (Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson, 2004)

Victoria and David Beckham (1999)

Honorable mention: Emma Bunton's white fedora, David's highlights, and Mel C's "no bullshit masseuse at an upscale spa" look.

Liza Minnelli and David Gest (and two fans, 2002)

Some say love, it is a river.

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