Dance

Nine Groomsmen Turn Up Heat With Fun Dance

July 28th, 2020

Traditionally, the groomsman’s only job on the dance floor at the wedding reception is to take a short spin with the bride and maybe dance for one song with his fellow bridesmaid.

But over the last decade or two, wedding dances have become a lot more elaborate, with people spending months choreographing routines to surprise loved ones or set a fun-loving mood at the reception.

We give lots of credit to members of wedding parties who agree to incorporate this into their already vast set of responsibilities as part of their friend or family member’s celebration – it’s a lot to ask!

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So maybe that’s why every bride or groom who has later uploaded a video has insisted that their wedding party put on the “best performance ever.”

Of course, there’s something to be said for a “Best Groomsmen Dance Ever!” if it’s been viewed over 3 million times. So now it’s time to decide if Steven Kenney is right in his assessment of the video he uploaded.

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

First of all, it’s quite a musical line-up. The men go through 6 songs: Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” (ft. Bruno Mars), T-Wayne’s “Nasty Freestyle,” Flo Rida’s “I Don’t Like It, I Love It,” Jason Derulo’s “Want To Want Me,” NSYNC’s “It’s Gonna Be Me,” and finally Bruno Mars’ “Treasure.”

And we’re impressed that any couple can manage so many groomsmen – that’s quite a wedding.

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

That fact that they all found time to practice together before the wedding is even more brow-raising. (There appear to be 9 men plus the groom in the center.)

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

Of course, commenters were surprised by more than the size of the group:

“How does one wedding party have so many attractive groomsmen? By the way amazing dance and so many applause to these guys and a happy long marriage to the couple.”

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

It appears these gentlemen put quite a lot of effort into their routine, which looks professionally choreographed.

It all seems to be a surprise for the bride as she looks on with both amusement and pride while her new husband leads the dancers.

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

The happy couple also chose a beautiful venue with a great background that adds to the theatricality of the performance.

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

You don’t have to believe us or the poster when we use the word “epic” – even the local San Diego Fox News affiliate used the word when the covered the routine on an evening news segment.

They also reported that the men practiced for weeks – even using Skype to get the moves coordinated – before the big day.

Now THAT’S commitment!

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

This groomsmen dance sets the bar pretty high for anyone else who wants to give it a try. They really are the whole package – complete with perfectly tailored suits and attitudes to match their moves.

Of course, just because it’s trendy doesn’t mean you need to add more pressure to your big day by getting down. For all we know, these guys could be professional dancers.

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

Most wedding parties have enough to worry about without staging an extra performance – but it sure is fun to watch some fun-loving men pull it off right!

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Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube Source: Screenshot via Steven Kennedy/YouTube

Be sure to scroll down below and decide for yourself if it really is the “best groomsmen dance ever!”

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Source: Steven Kennedy via YouTube, The Spruce

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