For most people, your wedding is one of those days that'll live on forever. The guests, music and vows are all about you and your boo.
If you're a natural performer, however, the wedding is your day in the spotlight.
Such is the case for former "Making The Band" contestant Melissa Molinaro. She's quickly going viral for the seven-minute, Beyoncé-style wedding dance routine she performed for her new husband Bryan Kowalski.
When you think of first dances, you might imagine a little James Taylor and the side-to-side shuffle we kindly call the “slow dance.” But none of that can be seen in Molinaro's festivities, which took place inside Los Angeles' Cathedral of Saint Vibiana.
Instead, the bride flounced out in a bedazzled bridal leotard and heels, accompanied by no less than four backup dancers.
Plopping Kowalski down on a Chiavari chair, she launched into tight choreography to a medley of Lil' Mo's “4Eve,” Beyoncé's “Upgrade U” and “End Of Time."
Complete with flashing lights, music video-style tracking shots and grinding, Molinaro's routine is so over-the-top, you just can't peel your eyeballs away from her shaking hips.
The best part, undoubtedly, is Kowalski, who doesn't seem to know what to do with his hands or feet while witnessing Molinaro's one-woman Formation Tour. Minutes before the dance ends, she pulls him onto the dance floor, where he quietly panics as she shimmies.
Ah, true love.
On her inspiration for the number, Molinaro wrote in an Instagram caption,
My husband always told me his favorite thing is to watch me perform so you know I had to give him the performance of a lifetime! This is all for you boo!
She then follows up that romantic declaration with a note advising you to check her bio for a link to her full performance. Showbiz at its finest.