A gay couple have shared their incredible wedding dance online.
Noah and PJ, who tied the knot in upstate New York earlier this month, uploaded a clip to YouTube of their first dance — and it’s not to be missed.
The couple start off slow-dancing to Morgana King’s “It’s a Quiet Thing,” before the music suddenly cuts out.
It’s all part of the plan, however, as the pair break into an elaborate dance routine to Miami Sound Machine’s “Conga.”
The newlyweds pull off an impressive choreographed routine, to whoops and cheers from the audience.
The musical mash-up cuts through a string of gay classics, including “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now),” Madonna’s “Vogue” and “Puttin’ On The Ritz” from Young Frankenstein.
The pair effortlessly shift between styles from jazz to tap through the routine, which concludes with “The Time Of My Life” from Dirty Dancing.
Noah and PJ even pull off an elaborate lift at the end of the dance, mimicking the film’s iconic scene.
The pair said: “We seriously did have ‘the time of our lives.’ An incredible night surrounded by incredible people!
“Special thanks to Katy Spreadbury, Will Nieves Latin Dance Studio, Andrew Holtz (Holtz Wedding Photography), and [sci-fi film] Ex Machina for the disco inspiration.”
The clip is getting a lot of love online.
One YouTube commenter wrote: “Don’t know you, but know this: this is exactly what I needed this week. It’s exactly what we all need: love, joy, celebration Happiness.
“Thank you for sharing it. May your lives be filled with joy, love and light.”
Another added: “Absolutely awesome, I was laughing, smiling and crying all at the same time watching you guys!
“May the rest of your lives together be that in sync!”
The pair have a lot of competition when it comes to gay wedding stunts.
Last month, a gay couple turned their wedding into a real-life Disney fairytale, asking their guests to dress up as their favourite film characters.
Garrett Smith and Jason Bitner, from Chicago, transformed into Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story for their first dance.
The pair danced to the film’s iconic track “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.”
Last year, Irish bride Heather got a lot of attention online after serenading her new wife with Elvis’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love.”
The newlywed said that the whole plan “was a total surprise” for her bride Lauren, who “had no idea about the first-dance song” thanks to her planning.
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