Groomsmen Surprise Newlyweds With Dance Routine to Drake, Beyonce and 'NSYNC
They even pretended there was a mistake when "Single Ladies" came on.
Two groomsmen surprised a wedding a party with a flawless dance routine, busting out moves to crowd favorites and classic pop throwbacks as part of their present to the happy couple.
Best men Cole Peterson and Daniel Filippi were caught on camera performing a choreographed dance to songs including "Love on Top" by Beyoncé, "Pop Culture" by Madeon, and "It's Gonna Be Me" by 'NSYNC, seamlessly transitioning from song to song.
Even after the groom had caught his two groomsmen meeting in secret, Jeff Bangerter had no idea what was coming.
"We had no idea they were planning this," groom Jeff Bangerter said to InsideEdition.com. "We thought they were making a physical gift, but I definitely didn't see choreography coming."
When "Hotline Bling" by Drake came on, Peterson and Filippi imitated Drake's shuffle. The best men even pretended there was a mistake when "Single Ladies" started playing, before doing a flawless Beyoncé routine.
Peterson and Filippi practiced their routine for over 20 hours in two days and snuck in extra practices in the mirror when they had moments alone, Bangerter said.
While Filippi had a little bit of experience dancing, this was Peterson's first time performing a choreographed dance, the impressed groom said.
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