Bride Surprises Groom With Incredible Dance Routine
Renata Bresciani is a professional dancer based in Miami who did what she does best for her new husband after getting married this summer.
A Miami-based professional dancer did what she does best after marrying her husband this summer and suprised him with a choreographed number complete with bridesmaid backup dancers.
Now, Renata Bresciani's impressive moves have given her and husband Victor Ruiz the most memorable wedding gift they could ask for: viral internet fame.
The 4-minute video of Bresciani and friends' risque number has been viewed over a million times on Facebook since it was first posted Oct. 15.
But, if you ask Bresciani, she was just doing what makes her comfortable for the man she cherishes most.
"I've been performing my whole life," the 27-year-old professional dancer, pin-up model and high-kicking bride told INSIDE EDITION. "It's my comfort zone--I knew it was not gonna take a lot of time (to prepare)."
Her modesty aside, the impressive medley--which included five songs such as Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" and Beyonce's "Love on Top"--looked like anything but a rush job.
And that's no big surprise. Bresciani told INSIDE EDITION her backup dancers-turned-bridesmaids were all old dancing friends including a woman who now runs two popular Miami studios and another currently on tour with performer Pitbull.
Between them, Bresciani said she and her girls have performed with, Ricky Martin, J-Lo and "every Latin artist you can think of."
Prior to the wedding, the group had only three short rehearsals before doing a rapid costume change in the venue's bathroom into shimmering dance outfits and surprising the enchanted groom and 100 guests with their complex medley.
The bride's dance actually came after a dance her husband Victor performed for her alongside his groomsmen.
In addition to the one million views, Bresciani and company's hard work has paid off with coverage by international media and tens of thousands of likes and shares.
"It's been amazing," Bresciani said.
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