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Bieber's manager weds 

added: 8 Jul 2014 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Justin Bieber's manager has wed.

E! News reports Scooter Braun, who discovered the pop star through his YouTube videos in 2007, exchanged vows with Yael Cohen in her native Canada over the weekend.

Scooter wasn't secretive about his plans for the 'epic' event.

The celebrity talent manager logged onto Twitter on Friday while celebrating America's Independence Day to share his excitement about the impending nuptials.

"Going to be an epic weekend. Happy 4th!" he wrote.

Justin is believed to have been among a string of stars in attendance.

The Baby hitmaker posted a photo of himself in a royal blue Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo jacket on Sunday, followed by another photo of himself in a dark formal suit.

'Just the beginning,' he captioned the tux photo on Instagram.

E! reports Sophia Bush also posted a picture of the 'wedding crew' on Monday.

"Oh yeah. We bring the party alright. #SYBwedding,' she wrote.

Scooter has become a celebrity in his own right since Justin catapulted to fame after signing to Raymond-Braun Media Group, a joint venture between Scooter and R&B singer Usher Raymond.

Along the way, he's been dragged into the controversy surrounding his most famous client.

Late last year, he told Access Hollywood he was forcing Justin to take a break after working non-stop for eight years.

'I hear him saying, 'I'm going to take the year,' but I'm going to force him to take the year because after three weeks. he'll want to work again,' Scooter explained.

'He hasn't taken time off since he was 12. I think it's important to find out who he wants to be.'

The talent manager is also known for representing Carly Rae Jepsen, British band The Wanted and South Korean pop sensation Psy.

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