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Lilly Singh turns Nick Jonas into a Simpson in these pictures

Here’s some fun pictures from Lilly Singh’s Instagram of her slathering Nick Jonas with loads of turmeric at the Haldi ceremony

#SHAADI: Priyanka Chopra and her singer husband Nick Jonas tied the knot in a Hindu ceremony, as well as Christian one in Jodhpur last December.

They followed it up with several receptions as well as a honeymoon in the Caribbean, with a holiday in the Swiss Alps thrown in.

How her life is different now that she’s married

When asked about how life is now that they’ve tied the knot, Chopra explained: “Married life is different. There’s a big difference between a husband and a boyfriend, even a husband and a fiancé. I didn’t understand the gravity of that when I got married. But it’s a good thing to be married to a good husband. That makes it easy.’”

While most fans have seen all of the wedding photos floating around from Jonas and Chopra’s big day and follow-up celebrations here’s some fun pictures from Lilly Singh.

YouTuber Lilly Singh shared these images from the wedding on her Instagram account.

In a series of photos, Singh is seen slathering haldi (turmeric) on the groom, with Chopra having a laugh. Singh captioned the pic: “How to turn a Jonas brother into a Simpson. If I’m gonna do it, I’m gonna do it right! My sis @priyankachopra told me no mercy during the haldi (turmeric) ceremony on @nickjonas. Ya girl had to deliver.”

Jonas looked like he was a good sport about the whole thing.

Singh posted a photo on Instagram of her and Chopra, captioning the happy image: “Still buzzing from my sis @priyankachopra’s wedding. Look at us. Just two desi girls living life and about to go home to loving partners. Hers is @nickjonasand mine is @scarbrothedawg but honestly those are minor details. Yup. We’re the same.”

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