Last year’s Wedding Of The Century belonged to Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra. This year, that distinction will probably go to Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin. According to TMZ, Justin and Hailey are scheduled to tie the knot on Monday at the Montage Palmetto Bluff Resort in South Carolina. Which would be all fine and great if they’d bought the place out, but they didn’t. The Bieber nuptials are becoming a pain in the ass for the resort’s other guests who have been told they can’t use certain areas of property, including a swimming pool and the spa, while the Biebers are in residence. I don’t know if that’s because the Biebers require privacy, or if they plan on shutting them down to clean the drains after Justin’s raggedy homeless looking Drew Crew gets through with it.
TMZ reports that the Montage Palmetto is a very popular wedding destination. The couple visited the resort in August and apparently fell in love with the place, even though neither bride nor groom have any specific connection to South Carolina. Hey, at least it’s not a plantation (I’m looking at you, Blake and Ryan)!
Justin and Hailey Bieber are getting ready for a lavish wedding in South Carolina … but some of the guests at the hotel, where the shindig is going down, are LIVID because the nuptials are screwing with their vacations.
The Montage hotel sent guests an email, obtained by TMZ, informing them their stay will have some pretty big hiccups. The email was sent late Wednesday, and some of the guests are angry they’re getting such late notice.
According to the email, Montage guests are barred from using the spa, a pool and a fancy restaurant for 48 hours while the Biebers enjoy unlimited access during their destination wedding. The heavy restrictions are in place from noon Sunday to noon Tuesday — so say goodbye to Sunday Funday.
Note it’s A pool and A fancy restaurant. There are other pools and fancy restaurants on the property that guests/TMZ reporters can use without being escorted out. Additionally, guests inconvenienced by the Bieber party were offered compensation.
For its part, the Montage is offering guests refunds, alternate bookings and upgrades … and for those willing to brave the Bieber nuptials, dinner on the house in one of the other restaurants.
Personally, I’d take the upgrade and free meal in a heartbeat. Then spend the rest of my vacation trying on different wigs and outfits trying to sneak into the restricted areas. Being upset about it is ridiculous, if not surprising. Because really, what’s more American than rich people getting mad at other rich people for pulling some rich people shit?