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Lloyiso performs at Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz’s wedding

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Lloyiso serenaded the guests with his own rendition of the classic romance song ’Only Fools Rush In’ as the newlyweds Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz share their first dance.

Lloyiso. Picture: Instagram/@lukegoliath

YOU KNOW you’ve made it in my life when you’ve been asked to perform at arguably the biggest wedding event of 2022.

South African singer and songwriter Lloyiso serenaded the guests with his rendition of the classic romance song “Only Fools Rush In” as the newlyweds Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz shared their first dance.

The pair tied the knot over the weekend in a luxury wedding in Palm Beach, Florida, after getting engaged in July 2020.

The lavish three-day affair was attended by the likes of Venus and Serena Williams, Eva Longoria, Gordon Ramsay and the popular Spice Girls stars Mel B and Mel C.

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Taking to Twitter, fans have congratulated the local star on his specular milestone.

“Nice one @Lloyiso_rsa – performing at what US Vogue calls the wedding of the year between Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz,” commented @craigbjacobs.

“@Lloyiso_rsa really performed at the Beckhams wedding, unbelievable 😍,” said @cartierkiyu.

“It’s @Lloyiso_rsa performing at Brooklyn Beckams’s wedding 🔥😭 when God shows out !!” added @Ceboooooo_.

The “Indlovu” star thanked his fans for showing him love on Twitter and said: “Thank you guys for all the messages and love you’ve been showing me. I’ll be sharing pictures and hopefully videos in the next couple days of days.”

Lloyiso recently made history as the first South African artist to get signed to Republic Records, a New York City-based American record label owned by Universal Music Group.

Speaking to Independent Media, Lloyiso explained that before the Republic Records deal came through, he was inundated with e-mails from many reputable record companies wanting to sign him up.

“I was overwhelmed. I did not know how to feel. I was just like, everyone wants a piece of Lloyiso, but I am waiting for that right one. When I received the news, it took a while to believe it,” he said.

At 16-years-old, Lloyiso appeared on “Idols SA” and placed fifth in the competition.

The Eastern Cape-born star says his mission is to inspire people through music.

“When you listen to me, I want you to walk away believing you can chase your dream, love your family, and conquer anything you want to conquer,” added Lloyiso.

His latest single “Speak” is currently available on all digital platform.

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