A California groom is grabbing hearts and attention everywhere after a YouTube video showing him and his groomsmen dancing to a Beyonce remix at his wedding went viral.
The nearly six-minute video shows the groom, Sean Rajaee, and his groomsmen shaking their hips and performing a surprise choreographed dance for his new bride at their June 21 wedding in Palos Verdes.
The video has already logged more than 8.6 million views just days after Rajaee's sister, Shirin Rajaee, posted it on YouTube. Waves of screams are heard in the video as the men perform "Crazy in Love" and "Bootylicious."
Moments later, Sean Rajaee and his groomsmen slip on sunglasses to perform a dance number by the Backstreet Boys, a group that is apparently one of the bride's favorite musical acts.
The dance act ends with Bruno Mars' "Marry You," at which point the groom gets down on a bended knee and plants a kiss on his bride.
The groom's sister said on YouTube that some of the groomsmen had to learn the dance sequence by way of a video tutorial.
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