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Dozens of Irish dancers wow guests at wedding

This groom and his male guests put on a wedding dance to top all others, with choreography and Irish dancing that would even make Michael Flatley proud.

Wedding dance videos are common on YouTube. Many of them blend into one and it is hard to come up with something unique to capture the viewers’ imagination.

Dozens of Irish dancers wow guests at wedding

It looks like groom Rob Wilson managed to do just that with this Irish dancing performance with dozens of his guests.

Wilson was celebrating his marriage to Mairead McCargo at the Ramada Hotel in Belfast, and put on a show that has now racked more than 700,000 YouTube views.

Guests say that the dance performance wasn’t planned and was completely impromptu. It also helped that both the bride and groom are professional Irish dancers, as were many of the guests.

Still pretty impressive stuff though. See it for yourself below.

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