A mom and her son have been praised for their “priceless” dance at their wedding.
We’ve seen many newlyweds in recent years who managed to perform a fully choreographed first dance, but seeing a groom and his mom is new to me. Check this out:
In this funny video, a man and his mom dance together, and then the song switches to “Crank That” by Soulja Boy; while he moves around the dance floor, his poor mom seems to be standing off to the side and awkwardly watching.
But suddenly, she joins him, and the pair genuinely immerse themselves in the track, flawlessly performing the “Crank That” dance in a way that would make any millennial proud.
The song then switches to “Greased Lightnin’,” and they continue dancing, but the medley – and their gorgeous dancing – isn’t over yet: they continue to throw shapes as The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” plays, and Michael Jackson’s “Beat It” rounds out the performance. Gorgeous.
The clip is overlaid with cute lyrics that read, “Mother and son dancing at a wedding. It’s just priceless. The love between mother and son is unbreakable.”
A mother and son dance at a wedding before the music changes.
The video was uploaded to TikTok, where it has since racked up over a million views and garnered a lot of praise, especially for the mother of the groom, and honestly, it’s easy to see why.
Commenting on the video, one person said: “The mom was the star of the whole show!”.
Others said, “The way she cuddled with Soulja Boy, I just got teary-eyed! Go mom!”.
A third wrote: ” She was so good at pretending she didn’t know what was happening! I thought, ‘I shouldn’t leave her,’ and then BAM.”
While someone else added: “Mom acts like she doesn’t know what’s going on and then kills her on the dance floor.” Agreed.
The couple’s impressive performance was much appreciated.
One-fifth of female fans noted, “‘How much time they had to spend together to get it right’ – it makes my heart happy.”
Another woman joked, “‘Does she have more sons to marry off? I want that in my life.”
Other comments included moms saying that they are now determined to do something similar on their son’s wedding day, and one woman said she has already asked her son to do it, even though he is only 14 years old.
It took a lot of practice.