(PORTLAND, Ore.) — The latest viral video making its way across the internet is a marriage proposal.
Issac Lamb, a Portland, Oregon man got more than 60 of his friends to help him propose to his girlfriend, Amy Frankel with what he calls the first “live lip-dub proposal.”
The video starts with Frankel sitting in the back of a car with headphones on. Lamb’s brother tells her he wants her to listen to a song that he believes exemplifies her relationship with his brother. Frankel listens as the song “Marry Me” by Bruno Mars starts playing, and a couple starts lip-synching to the song.
Soon, dozens of friends and family members are dancing to a choreographed routine. Once the dancing stops, Lamb proposes saying, “You’ve already given me a lifetime of happiness. Will you let me spend the rest of my life trying to make you happy? Will You marry me?” Frankel, of course, said yes.
Lamb told a local newspaper that he never expected that the video would go viral. It was only put online for family and friends who were unable to attend the proposal.
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