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Stop All Your Wedding Dances. These Irish Guys Just Won. (WATCH)

The internet has gone mad for this epic performance after it racked up over 3 Million views online.

An Irish dance performance at a Belfast wedding involving former “Lord of the Dance” troupe members has gone viral.

The video clip of the performance was taken at Rob Wilson and Mairead McCargo’s wedding reception at the Ramada Hotel in Belfast now has over 3 Million hits on YouTube.

In the video, the “groom and guests team up to perform the greatest Irish wedding dance we’ve ever seen” which the original uploader Zanni Photographic, dubbed “Liverdance.”

“Forget Flatley, there’s a new Lord of the Dance in town…” says the YouTube blurb and we couldn’t agree more.

“Wedding reception plus boozing plus top-quality Irish dancing? Ladies and gentlemen, we give you Liverdance…”

Although it may appear like a planned piece of entertainment, according to the crowd the spectacular performance was quite spontaneous, however, it did help that they are professional dancers.

The bride and groom are both professional dance teachers at The Matthews Academy of Irish Dancing in Coventry in England and former cast members of “Lord Of The Dance.”

Watch the amazing video below:

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