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- Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) and Justin Bieber tied the knot for a second time on Monday.
- The “Sorry” singer shared photos from the wedding the following day.
- One black-and-white image showed Bieber with lavender diamond-encrusted grills on his bottom teeth.
- The grills are estimated to have cost upwards of $25K.
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Justin Bieber had his own “something new” at his wedding: diamond-encrusted grills.
The singer married Hailey Bieber (née Baldwin) for the second time on Monday, and commemorated the occasion by sharing photos from the reception to social media.
One Instagram post contained two black-and-white images of the couple. The first showed them both looking into the camera as Hailey held onto her husband’s wrist. Both of their wedding rings were visible.
In the second picture, Hailey tugged on Bieber’s bottom lip to reveal the grills he had on his bottom row of teeth.
“Looking forward to forever with you @haileybieber,” Bieber captioned the post.
Bieber bought the accessory ahead of his wedding and showed them off on Instagram last week. A video shared last Wednesday revealed that the diamonds were lavender and the grills were created by L.A.-based jeweler Gold Teeth God.
TMZ reported the grills were encrusted with imported 5-carat diamonds, and the entire unit could’ve cost up to $25K.
The “Love Yourself” hitmaker has purchased bling from the jeweler in the past. He owns a set of $15K rose gold grills, and once splurged $50K on another set of grills.
Bieber’s grills weren’t the only thing that was purple during the wedding. Hailey’s nails were painted in a lilac shade. The model’s hairstylist, Jen Atkin, shared a photo ahead of the ceremony that gave fans a peek at Hailey’s bridal manicure.
The couple got married for the second time in a luxury waterfront resort Montage Palmetto Bluff in South Carolina. They first married in a Manhattan courthouse in September 2018 after a whirlwind summer romance.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are tying the knot for a second time – and they’re just one of many younger couples dropping serious cash on multiple wedding ceremonies and breaking marriage traditions