Calvin Harris slammed as ‘terrifying’ wedding fireworks leave houses ‘shaking' | The Sun

DISGRUNTLED residents have slammed Calvin Harris and Vick Hope's wedding day fireworks, comparing them to a "war zone".

The superstar couple's huge wedding celebration culminated in an epic bang with a huge 10 minute firework display that brought the day to an end.

Rockets lit up the sky high above Hulne Priory, Alnwick, Northumberland, and the explosions could be seen and heard by residents living miles away.

It was the talk of a local Facebook group, with one resident writing: "I swear my house is shaking. I feel like I'm in a war."

Another said: "Those fireworks are echoing the streets."

A third posted: "It's like a world war out there."


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Others admitted they would have loved to have been at the star-studded bash themselves.

One said: "It's like a bloody thunderstorm. Just jealous of what a party they'll be having."

Another commented: "Some fireworks them mind!"

During their special day, DJ Calvin, 39, and Radio One star Vick, 33, read out vows in an outdoors ceremony and pals later boogied to a live performance by Nile Rodgers and Chic, who had been flown in from the US.

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Guests were treated to a reception among huge plants, wicker chandeliers — and an enormous plastic giraffe.

Nile, 70, kicked off with Luther Vandross’s 1981 song Never Too Much, followed by hits by Madonna, Beyoncé, Pharrell Williams and David Bowie.

He finished with his 1979 hit Good Times.

Guests were later invited to an after-party, with the back of the priory transformed into a Glastonbury-style event.

Fast food stands served burgers, pizzas and Nigerian dishes in a nod to Vick’s heritage.

Teepees with log burners offered places to relax and guests could stay on site in 80 fancy tents.

A source said: “Calvin and Vick’s wedding was a day none of their guests will ever forget.

“Their vows were really emotional and the marriage ceremony included poems like Ernest Hemmingway’s If There’s Empty Spaces In Your Heart and Lori Eberhai’s Devoted.

“They didn’t stop smiling all day. Calvin and Vick are so clearly madly in love, it was a truly beautiful day.”

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