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By Jordan Muto

It's time to put on your dancing shoes on and get the party started! At least that's what one Virginia groom did on his wedding day.

Kirk Henning, a professional dancer who got married back in July, has quite literally created a new definition for dance party. It's no real wonder, considering Henning certainly knows how to bust a move or two. But what this groom pulled off at his wedding is epic to say the very least.

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In a seven-minute spectacle (yes, this more than just your average dance recital), Henning and his groomsmen dance to everything from current chart toppers "Uptown Funk" and "Shut up and Dance" to everyone's favorite Britney Spears' throwback "(You Drive Me) Crazy." But these just aren't your average dance moves: The men have literally nailed the perfect routine for every tune. Britney's back-up dancers, you've officially been replaced.

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Luckily, this unreal performance was captured by the wedding videographer Ginger Topham and posted on YouTube. The video has received over a million views in the last week. Honestly, it's no wonder this went viral. We quite literally started dancing in our seats as we watched.

What's impressive is that with a wedding to plan, Henning was able to coordinate this whole performance, which took place on the same stage Henning and his wife Valerie, who is a ballerina, once shared for a dance recital. Valerie had a front-row view of the entire show and her reaction was priceless as she watched her husband and his buds dance the night away to some of the greatest hits of all time.

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After watching this, we're not sure we will ever think of any dance party in the same way! These men have officially brought things to a whole other level.

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