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NASCAR fans get hitched by Kyle Busch

Crystal and Bobby Dezarov kiss each other after being pronounced married at the Chapel of Bells on Jan. 21, 2014. (FOX5) Crystal and Bobby Dezarov kiss each other after being pronounced married at the Chapel of Bells on Jan. 21, 2014. (FOX5)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

A California couple got the wedding of a lifetime Tuesday, when NASCAR driver Kyle Busch officiated the ceremony.

Bobby and Crystal Dezarov, of Palm Desert, CA, who said they are huge fans of NASCAR, made the trip to Las Vegas to get hitched at the Chapel of Bells - the result of a social media contest the couple entered.

"It's pretty crazy," said Crystal Dezarov. "I mean, when we got the phone call, it was really surreal, almost like you couldn't believe it."

Although Busch could not officially pronounce the couple married, they said it was enough for them to get to share the moment with the famed driver.

"It's just been a whirlwind to get here," Crystal Dezarov said. "Now, we finally got to meet Kyle, and, mostly, get married. I mean, that was the best part. Kyle was just a bonus."

The couple said they had originally planned to get married in October, but were more than happy to move up the date when they found out they had won.

Busch, 28, is from Las Vegas. He drives the No. 18 car in the Sprint Cup Series.

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