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Watch Jack White shred a wedding in un-aired "SNL" sketch

Will Heath/NBCIn addition to performing on Saturday Night Live over the weekend, Jack White also appeared in a cut-for-time sketch, which you can watch now on YouTube.

The sketch takes place at a wedding reception where the groom's best man, played by cast member Luke Null, is giving a toast. The stock speech soon takes a turn when the best man starts singing a song revealing that he and the bride, Cecily Strong, are having an affair. Not only that, but Jack White is involved too, and shows up to shred a solo while the oblivious groom, host John Mulaney, confusedly looks on.

"How do you know Jack White?" Mulaney asks. "I mean, it's kinda cool," he adds. "Jack White played at my wedding!"

As the episode's musical guest, White performed his songs "Connected By Love" and "Over and Over and Over," both from his new solo album, Boarding House Reach.

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