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Couple surprises wedding guests with a secret flash-mob dance routine, ” There was a lot of shouting,’

to connectVideoCouple surprises wedding guests with a secret flash-mob dance routine, ” There was a lot of shouting,’

Isaiah, Taylor, Green and Jones off the now-viral flash mob dance in the plan, as a way to get the crowd going at the reception.

A newlywed couple has the dance floor — and the internet is on fire with their awesome viral for the choreography of the flash mob.

Isaiah, Taylor, Green-and-Jones-married-in Portland, ore., on Aug. 4. The couple, who are together for a six-year-old came up with the idea for the flash mob as a way to get the crowd going at the reception.

Isaiah, Taylor, Green-and-Jones-married-in Portland, ore., on Aug. 4.
(Deron Patterson, Supreme Optics, Photography)

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“Everyone was surprised on the wedding day. No one knew that, so there was a lot of shouting, lots of shouting and yelling. It was wonderful,” Isaiah, 29, told WSB-TV2.

Taylor, 35, teaches dance cardio classes and worked with a fellow dancer Jasmine Taylor to choreograph the flash mob dance.

The group reportedly rehearsed for a month prior to the wedding, and managed to keep it a secret the whole time.

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The nearly three-minute performance, which included a four-song changes, starting with the grooms showing off their impressive moves to Beyonce’s “Before I Let you Go”, in their matching costumes. Shortly thereafter, a group of 10 friends who had been recruited for a flash mob dance, was up on the stage.

The now-viral video, has been praised for how fun and full of energy,” and the dance was on.

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“This seems to be the most magical, wonderful time!!!” written on it.

“That was epic!! And so flipping cute!!!” one other common.

“This is it,” one commenter wrote.

The couple, together for six years, from a flash mob dance with the plan as a way to get the crowd going at the reception.
(Deron Patterson, Supreme Optics, Photography)

“Don’t know yall, but I wish I did, because ya, you’ll live the best life,” one person wrote.

“Full of energy. Congratulations to the blessed couple,” one person commented on the Facebook video.

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Isaiah recognized the flood and the words of encouragement I got for the video was to be shared.

“Online, there was a lot of support. I think that people have felt inspired… because this is a video that shows a little bit of light in the midst of a lot of negative energy out there,” Isaiah said to WSB-TV2.

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