Most weddinggoers love the father/daughter dance at a wedding reception. Sometimes they involve sweet, sentimental songs like “butterfly kisses,” however, most are not usually performed with the best dance moves to hype up any crowd.
Bride Brittany Revell and her dad, Kelly, decided their wedding dance needed to be more than just a short slow dance. Their chosen dance was so amazing that over 50 million people watched with admiration and probably some cheering on social media.
Brittany and Kelly’s video shows the duo grooving in sneakers as they danced through the decades.
The dance began with MC’s “Bust a Move,” which was aptly chosen and was a foreshadowing of what was to come.
The father-daughter duo did a handful of classic moves such as, the tootsie roll, the MC Hammer dance, and the Carlton. However, a fan favorite was “the Dougie.”
Though Brittany had some dance skills, her father, a 61-year-old, stole the show. Kelly nailed every move and smiled right alongside his daughter the whole time.
Brittany wrote on a post with the video, “Reason number 1838329194920 why I love my dad.”
Many comments shared love for him as well!
One comment said, “WHO IS THIS LEGEND!”
“I aspire to this level of smooth,” said another.
One user exclaimed, “Pops got moves!!”
Another commenter said, “This is probably THE best TikTok I’ve ever seen. You and your dad are legit rockstars!! Congratulations!!”
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The bride told the press that she and her dad have been learning dance moves for fun since she was little. “He has always had some rhythm, but I did not know he could pick up the moves like that,” she said.
“I think it’s kind of unique to see a dad of Asian descent be able to open up, let loose and just embrace their American child’s music and culture,” she said.
I’m sure we’ll see more dancing from this beloved duo!
We’ve posted a couple of clips of the dance below:
@bnrevell Replying to @cavenglok you know we had to hit @🪶 WREN 🪶 ‘s dougie one more time. 😂🏼 #fatherdaughterdance #weddingtok #dougie ♬ original sound – Brittany Revell