Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel's Wedding Video Making Fun of L.A. Homeless, and Other Justin Huchel-Produced Videos
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were married in a lavish ceremony at the Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia, Italy, this weekend.
In addition to a candlelit dinner, a Questlove DJ set and a week's worth of festivities, guests at the TimBielake wedding were treated to an original video making fun of L.A. homeless. Hilarious!
Check it out:
The video was made by a friend of Timberlake's, L.A.-based real estate agent Justin Huchel.
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On Huchel's website he promotes himself as a "straightforward, honest and forthcoming" agent with a "commitment to integrity."
Slinging real estate is just his day job, though -- Huch's passion, it seems, is making silly videos.
Here he is starring in a music video to Lionel Richie's "Running With the Night":
Here is Huch in a Christmas video with a couple friends (he's billed as "Master of Handsome" in the credits):
Oh, and he also is credited as producer on the official music video for "Fingerbanged Her." "Fingerbanged Her," in case you're not familiar, is that classic tune with the lyrics:
I fingerbanged her/ Oh, she's a ho/ She came in my hand/ I'm the man/ I fingerbanged her.
Class and comedic genius.
In a letter to Gawker -- which first posted the video making fun of the L.A. vagrants too poor to fly to Italy for the couple's nuptials -- Huchel's lawyer called it "a private joke." That lawyer now is threatening to sue Gawker, claiming the video is both copyrighted and stolen property ... so no one tell him it is still up on YouTube, OK?
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