JUST IN: Couple’s smoking hot wedding photos have gone viral 


A couple’s wedding photos have gone viral after they posed in front of their burning party bus. 

Krissi and Shane McCollow, newlyweds from Iowa, were trying to get from the reception to the ceremony when their party bus started smoking, according to ABC News

This didn’t stop the couple and they drove on. 

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"I just wanted to make sure we got to the church on time," Krissi told ABC. "The Little Brown Church does multiple weddings a day...and I knew we were already late.”

Minutes after they arrived, the bus’ tires popped and it went up in flames, according to ABC.

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“I do hair so I always hear brides ask, ‘What’s going to go wrong,’”Krissi told ABC. “The night before our wedding I thought, ‘What would mine be?’ I never in a million years thought it would be a fire on a bus much less lead to this much attention.”

At the end of the day, Krissi told ABC that her wedding was a success and the internet agrees her photos were #fire. 

Read more at ABC News.

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