According to AS.com, either AEROSMITH or AC/DC is expected to perform at the wedding of Sergio Ramos and Pilar Rubio are on June 15 in Seville, Spain.
The Real Madrid defender and his model girlfriend are believed to have been negotiating with both legendary rock bands over the past few months, with AEROSMITH reported to be the most likely to play at the reception, which will take place on Ramos's farm.
Ramos and Rubio appeared recently on Spanish TV program "El Hormiguero" ("The Anthill"), where they revealed that the wedding would be a highly private event. "The guests will leave their mobiles and cameras behind as soon as they enter the farm so they can relax and enjoy themselves," the said.
When they announced the wedding, Rubio hinted that a world-famous artist would join them to perform after they become man and wife.
She said: "There's going to be something very big but I can't say what.
"I'm as excited about putting on my wedding dress as I am about what's going to happen afterwards."
Photo credit: Zack Whitford
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