Maybe it's a slow news day, but everyone we know is obsessed with the YouTube video of Minnesotans Jill and Kevin's wedding-party-processional dance routine. Even though it's (weirdly) to Chris Brown's "Forever" (romantic!), it's hard to not to smile. (I admit it, I have a serious weakness for "game friends" wedding party shenanigans, be it "Thriller" or a wedding Megan describes in which the wedding party did a guys-versus-girls "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." I am seriously considering forcing my own friends to do a super-serious a cappella number, complete with college-ready choreography. Not that any of them sings. I mean, from a bride and groom's perspective - how often to you have that many people completely in your power?) Even the normally hateful YouTube viewership was all over this, and a naysayer was shot down with, "Don't hate just because you can't get someone to look at you let alone marry you." Aww! The happy couple's already appeared on the Today show to contribute a little human interest, which isn't that unusual. But bringing the whole wedding party back tomorrow to do their "routine?" I'm guessing it won't capture the magic.
JK Wedding Entrance Dance [YouTube]