Justin Timberlake's tasteless wedding gift leaked to Gawker

Getty Images File PhotoJessica Biel and Justin Timberlake's wedding guest

Getty Images File PhotoJessica Biel and Justin Timberlake's wedding guest

It was a sumptuous, $6.5 million wedding held in the south of Italy. Guests were flown there on a private jet for the five-day luxury nuptials.

On the wedding day itself, described as “magical” by Justin  Timberlake, his beautiful bride, Jessica Biel, sashayed down the aisle in a Giambattista Valli gown while the groom serenaded her up to the altar.

Yessiree, the only thing missing was a dose of humor. But, thankfully, wedding guest Justin Huchel, an L.A. real estate agent and pal to Timberlake, had created a gag reel of real-life Los Angeles homeless people slurring their way through excuses as to why they could not be there for the blessed event.

Gawker obtained the footage and posted the laugh riot, complete with seemingly destitute alcoholic, schizophrenic and poor folks sending their regrets.

Huchel’s attorney threatened to sue Gawker, saying, “Mr. Huchel made [the] video to be used and exhibited privately at Justin Timberlake’s wedding as a private joke without Mr. Timberlake’s knowledge.”

Well, at least now we know the answer to: “What to get a couple who has everything?”

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TWINNING!

The latest season of “Bachelor Pad” was the best yet — admittedly not a hard metric to meet.

The highlight: twins Brittany and Erica Taltos, brought onto the show as “fans,” who proceeded to drive everyone insane with their constant chattering, fighting and crying.

But that doesn’t mean Brittany Taltos deserved to have her head run over by a truck, does it? On Sunday, after she fell asleep while sunbathing in her Gainsville, Fla., yard, a friend accidently backed his Chevy Silverado into her nugget, and then realized it was no ordinary speed bump.

“I woke up with half a tire in my face,” she told the Independent Florida Alligator. “I thought I was going to die.”

Although she was pinned under the truck and her ears began to bleed, she miraculously survived and finally got to answer those calls to “get her head examined.”

After all, the pair was first “discovered” on “The Jersey Shore” after being the “bread” in a Situation sandwich.

Face it, she lives a charmed life.

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