Howard Stern Spills Secrets From Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's Wedding

Howard Stern reveals what the secret event was like.

— -- Howard Stern, who spoke at Jennifer Aniston's wedding to Justin Theroux last week, just revealed what the super-secret event was actually like.

During his radio show today, Stern opened up about Wednesday's wedding at the couple's home in Bel Air, California, which was billed to guests as a birthday party for Theroux.

"They're so secretive, those two," Stern joked about tricking guests into thinking it wasn't the A-list duo's wedding.

As for giving a speech at the nuptials, Stern said on his Sirius XM show that he's always miserable speaking in public, but "I'm very friendly with Justin ... I like him, I really admire him. I even said in my speech to them that if one of my daughters brought home a guy like Justin, I'd be very pleased. Except for the s***** tattoos."

Also included in Stern's speech, which had guests in stitches, was a tangent of his complaining about the seating and that everyone's cellphones were taken away.

"There was a table, and then you sit down and the chairs were called poufs, like little pillow poufs," he said. "I don't want to take a picture of you two! I really don't. I want my cellphone so after I make this speech I can call my car and get … out of here!"

Stern said he spoke for 10 minutes and also got a little emotional, saying sweet things about the newlyweds.

One thing Stern didn't complain about was Orlando Bloom, with whom the radio host was smitten. Stern sat in the same area with Bloom and Ellen DeGeneres.

"So this really handsome guy is sitting next to me at the table ... This guy's like better-looking than Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise all rolled into one," he gushed. "I'm sitting and talking to this guy ... We're hitting it off and talking for a long time. I said, 'What is your name?' He says, 'Orlando.' ... He's so handsome!"

Stern said Jimmy Kimmel, who won't dance, officiated the wedding and "did a beautiful job."

The couple's first dance? A Sia song and she sang it live at the wedding.

"I run to Orlando and say, 'Orlando, first dance?' So Orlando grabbed me so tight, I thought my bones were going to break," he added.