Jill Peterson and Kevin Heinz, both 28, have become YouTube celebrities with footage of their unconventional wedding entry has attracted millions of views across the world, over six million at this point. The wedding, held at Christ Lutheran Church, St Paul, Minnesota, began with both the men and women in the bridal party dancing down the aisle accompanied by Chris Brown’s track, “Forever”.
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The five minute video, uploaded on 19 July, shows seven bridesmaids, five groomsmen and four ushers, boogying up the aisle with Kevin Heinz, before Jill Peterson appears in traditional white to dance to the front with her groom.
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Jill and Kevin appeared on the NBC Today Show with their bridal party to reenact the entry and explain the thinking behind the wedding entry. “I grew up dancing and I danced in college. It was something I always wanted to do,” said Peterson, who has decided to keep her maiden name. “I wanted to dance in on the wedding. And Kevin jumped in on board.”
The wedding was conducted by Jeannine Leonard, a pastor in the Church of the Brethren. The recessional, fittingly, was Three Dog Night’s 1970s hit, “Joy to the World.”