Couple Performs Epic Six-Minute Wedding First Dance to Flawless Musical Mashup

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Who says planning a wedding is hard? Well, for any couple who has time and patience to choreograph a six-minute first dance routine to practically every hit song from the past two decades, the planning process must feel like more of a good time than just an endless list of chores for the big day.

In a viral video that was uploaded to YouTube, a newly married couple by the name of Hollie and Dave Smith hit the dance floor at their wedding for the first time as husband and wife. They start out embracing and slow dancing to Justin Timberlake's "Mirror," but before anyone can say "Awww," they flip the script into what turns out to be an epic bride-groom dance-off, attendants included.

Seriously, the entire routine feels like watching a concert with a star-studded soundtrack. The bride and groom run through hits like Soulja Boy's "Crank That (Soulja Boy) and Sir Mix-a-Lot's booty glorifying classic "Baby Got Back." At one point, the bride morphs into Bride-yoncé, leading her bridesmaids in a sassy routine to Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious." (Major props to her for managing to nail every move while wearing a floor-length gown.)

One question, though: Whose idea was it for the groom and his attendants to perform the "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)?"

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