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Posted on 06/29/2018 12:28:34 PM PDT by C19fan
A newly-married couple's choreographed dance from their South Carolina wedding has been viewed nearly 5 million times on Facebook.
Lindsay Neeley and Austin Luttrell were married in the city of Anderson on Saturday, with an elaborate first dance that has taken the internet by storm.
The video, which lasts over three minutes and is packed with action from beginning to end, was shared by the bride's cousin, Julianne Loven.
'Can we just talk about this first dance though?!,' Loven wrote with the clip, shared in the late morning hours on Sunday, with hashtags '#mycousiniscoolerthanyours' and '#trellyeah.'
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Yeah, THAT was supposed to be “choreographed?” It wasn’t to real music (crappy club rap), had zero turns or actual dance moves, and was done, mostly, standing stationary side by side. Sorry, but twerking in “da club” isn’t dancing.
Wasn’t all that impressive to me....
The wife looks kinda cute.Too bad she has to worry about him seeing other guys.
I suspect they were both cheerleaders.
Looked at it. It’s unwatchable and incoherent. VX in the air.
They lost me when the (c)rap music started.
Followed by the choreographed dance after she thinks you were flirting with the waitress at 'Olive Garden'.
That...is...funny!!! Lol!!! Thinkin the same thing
That is just sad.
Well that sucked.
Divorced in under 2
That was a DREADFUL performance.
Waste of 3 minutes.
yeah but at least the chicken dance is fun.....
I still like this one:
It’s real heavy on “white guys can’t dance,” but it’s cool that all their friends got in on it.
Thank you for sharing that.....loved it, very sweet.
This is some GOOD dancing.
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