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A singer who says she was hired to perform at her cheating ex's wedding got her perfect revenge.
Alexandra Starr, from California, claims that she couldn't believe it when she was asked to perform at her ex's wedding to the woman he'd allegedly had an affair with, so she decided to plan something special.
However, some social media users believe all isn't as it may seem.
Judge for yourself if this is a real act of revenge:
The former couple of five years had supposedly broken up last autumn when the anonymous man's cheating came to light.
She explained that she works as a 'cover singer' - a job that involves her stepping in last-minute to perform when the original artist is unable to attend for whatever reason.
But, she was apparently asked to perform at her ex's wedding on her behalf, a request she had seemingly interpreted as a 'sign'.
Alexandra took to TikTok to share the unbelievable twist of fate, where she performed Carrie Underwood's 'Before He Cheats' to the newlyweds.
In the video, she could be singing with her back to the couple who were slow dancing, before suddenly switching to the song with the lyrics that began: "Right now, he's probably slow dancin' with a bleached-blond tramp and she's probably gettin' frisky."
The couple immediately turn to look at her as she turned around to face them.
The video was posted in response to a comment that read 'karma was playing the long game with this one', and at the time of writing, it's already been viewed over 10 million times.
And if that wasn't already crazy enough, in a follow up video, Alexandra showed herself throwing a glass of water at her supposed ex as she continued to sing.
Some TikTok users believed that Alexandra's 'revenge act' was justified, with one viewer writing: "Everyone telling her to be the bigger person… this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The stars aligned for this,"
A second wrote: "This sounds and looks like her villain origin story and I'm 100% here for it."
"Sometimes opportunities just present themselves," remarked a third while a fourth added: "OMGGGGGG no she didnt!!!! This is amazingggggggg!!!!!!! [sic]"
However, many TikTok users thought that it was too much of a coincidence, with some speculating that Alexandra had set up the scene to promote her new single.
Some said that the 'proof' was the fact that the bride's hair did not appear to be in a particular style for her supposed big day.
One cynical viewer asked: "ok but how did no one notice you getting to the band area? [sic]"
"Bruh, this looks so staged," slammed a second while a third wrote: "This is definitely just one big ad to promote her song."
Tyla has reached out to Alexandra for comment.