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LaBeouf live streams Elvis-themed wedding

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Transformers and Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle actor Shia LaBeouf, live streamed his wedding to actress Mia Goth Monday, in a ceremony officiated by an Elvis Presley impersonator.
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