Groom steals show at his wedding with powerful dance moves

Groom steals show at his wedding with powerful dance moves

- An amazing video of a groom displaying powerful dance moves during his wedding is fast going viral

- The bride, who is usually the centre of focus during wedding ceremonies, was not in sight but her absence was hardly detected amid all the excitement the groom exuded in the video

- Surrounded by his best men, the groom gave a well-coordinated movement of the feet combined with a rhythmic body dance

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A bridegroom has successfully set the dance floor on 'fire' at his wedding with his vibrant and creative dance moves in a video that is going viral because of its nature.

The video was sighted by on the official Facebook handle of TV3 Ghana as it gathered massive reactions from social media users who were clearly thrilled by it.

Although the name of the bride, time of the event, and other details were not disclosed, none of that affected the intensity of the impact the footage carried.

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The gentleman's wife-to-be was also not in sight, but given the extent of excitement exuded by the groom's dance, the absence of the bride is hardly thought about.

Surrounded by his best men, the groom started with a well-coordinated movement of the feet and combined it with a rhythmic body dance.

This was enough to get all the spectators cheering, but the cheers skyrocketed at the latter part when the groom started going wild with extreme displays.

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Groom steals show at his wedding with powerful dance moves
Source: UGC
Source: UGC

In another report, a young lady identified on Twitter as Tabitha Ladaryl has narrated how her grandfather surprised her with her dream car on the day of her graduation.

In a post sighted by on the personal Twitter handle of the beautiful young lady, she indicates that the car was given to her by her parents who mentioned it was actually from her late grandfather.

"Before he passed last August, he paid for the car he knew I always wanted in full and made sure I got it for graduation," Tabitha narrates.

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