Kristen Stewart (Photo: Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Some strange, unexpected crossovers have been taking place in Hollywood lately. There is, for instance, the curious friendship struck up between Cardi B and Penn Badgley, which they eventually consummated by setting their Twitter avatars to photos of each other. Then there’s the speculated romance between Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson, which may or may not have blossomed in Staten Island. Now, in today’s episode, behold Kristen Stewart and Guy Fieri.

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The Spencer actress recently confirmed her engagement to Dylan Meyer, her girlfriend since 2019, on The Howard Stern Show.

“We’re just going to do it ourselves and just, like, not have somebody officiate to sort of, like, have another party involved in, like, our moment,” Stewart said of their wedding plans so far, per E! News. “But we did hear that Guy Fieri from the Food Network officiates a lot of gay weddings. And so the idea of that man—that sweet, sweet spiky-headed man—coming to our wedding and officiating, it just makes me laugh so much.”

That sweet, sweet spiky-headed man is apparently “all in.”

During a guest appearance on TODAY, the restauranteur surprised Stewart with a prerecorded video message. “Hey, Kristen! Guy Fieri here,” he started. “I’ve heard through the Flavortown grapevine that you are looking for a sweet, spiky-haired officiant for your wedding. I’m all in.”

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Sure, you might be thinking, Would Kristen Stewart, ambassador of Chanel and portrayer of the Princess Diana, really have Guy Fieri, founder of Flavortown, officiate her wedding? And it thrills me to report that this is really, truly, completely a legitimate offer.

“Do you know where he lives?” Stewart asked Hoda Kotb after watching Fieri’s message. “What’s his address? I’m like, ‘Does he live in L.A.? We should talk about this.'”

Fieri also confirmed on Twitter, “Oh that offer is legit!”

After all, what says “I do” more than “Holy Moly Stromboli”?

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US