Isaac Lamb of Portland, Ore. asked 60 friends and family to participate as he proposed to his girlfriend Amy Frankel.
Isaac Lamb may have just won the award for best-ever marriage proposal. (Or perhaps the award for most-viewed proposal.)
On Wednesday, Lamb, 31, asked his girlfriend Amy Frankel to meet him at his parents’ home for dinner. On arrival, Lamb's brother asked Frankel, 33, to sit in the open back of a Honda and to put on headphones -- he said he wanted to play her a song.
As the song, “Marry You,” by Bruno Mars started playing, friends and family emerged to perform in an elaborately planned lip-dub dance.
As the song plays, Frankel is clearly delighted and surprised, letting out small shrieks of joy as each new group of dancers joins in. By the end of the five-minute video, more than 60 dancers are in the frame. As for what happens next, well, you’ll have to watch the video, which had 1.5 million views on YouTube by Sunday afternoon.
Even Bruno Mars weighed in, tweeting: "Congrats to Isaac Lamb and the future Mrs. I don't think I could've made a better music video for this song. Thank you."
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