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Royal Wedding Dance

Royal Wedding Dance

The Wedding Dance is a new advert in T-Mobile’s publicity campaign celebrating the excitement surrounding the upcoming Royal Wedding.

Astonishingly, the video received over 12m hits in less than two weeks, making it the most viewed video on YouTube for the month of April.

Filmed at St Bartholomew’s Church in London, look-a-likes of all royals involved in the wedding boogie down the aisle to moves choreographed by Louie Spence from Pineapple Dance Studio.

Charles does a hip bump with Camilla while William and Kate break into some stylish Saturday Night Fever moves.

Some of the actors are deadringers in their likenesses to the real deals, especially Camilla and the Archbishop of Canterbury, while the other’s dance moves more than make up for their lack of likeness.

A T-Mobile spokesman explained the advertisement “a congratulatory message to William and Kate, as well as a way of capturing the nation’s celebratory mood.”

The Wedding Dance:

Click here to see the Youtube wedding sensation that inspired the Royal Wedding video.

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