PORTLAND, Ore. - An Oregon actor pulls out all the performance stops, lip dubbing "Marry You" by Bruno Mars, with the help of dozens of friends, to his girlfriend.
The May 23, 2012 proposal, which could go down as thee best wedding proposal ever, has gone viralon YouTube.
Isaac Lamb and roughly 60 of his friends perfectly timed choreography to the hit song. So, 5.6 million YouTube views later, the proposal makes for the world's "first live lip-dub proposal."
Isaac set up his proposal to Amy by first having her sit in the back of a (slowly) moving Honda CR-V with headphones on. Then, Amy listened to the song while watching a sequence of romance-comedy like scenes played out before her.
The performance ends with Isaac in a black tux asking for Amy’s hand in marriage.
You can watch the live wedding proposal performance by following this link: http://on.wews.com/K9pIxc
Along with an emphatic yes, Issac has shot into the “viral” stratosphere becoming a favorite among popular Internet wedding proposal videos.
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