Two members of the Detroit Pistons’ spirit squad are headed to the altar, after “Excessive Staff” member Ryan popped the query to dancer Jenn with an epically choreographed midcourt routine throughout a timeout within the third quarter of a current sport.
On Feb. 11, the NBA Pistons performed the Washington Wizards on their dwelling courtroom at Little Caesars Area, and followers have been stunned with fairly the romantic efficiency by the Excessive Staff squad, CBS Sports activities reviews.
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In video footage that has since gone massively viral, Jenn is seated on the courtroom whereas Ryan and his entourage dance, transfer and groove to Bruno Mars’ hit tune “Marry You.” Pulling out all of the stops for the apple of his eye, Ryan breakdances, backflips, throws on a blazer and checks his hair – all in stride – earlier than getting down on one knee.
Jenn, in the meantime, stated sure – to the delight of the gang and the collective Web. Footage of the candy scene – shared to Twitter by the NBA – has since been seen over 538,000 occasions in lower than 24 hours, successful hundreds of likes and feedback.
“Good job boy, congrats,” one fan wrote.
“That was superior,” one other agreed.
“So cute,” one chimed in.
Others, in the meantime, have been a bit extra shaken by the extraordinarily public and elaborate proposal.
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“I’m horrified,” one cynic declared.
“Think about preventing for a playoff spot and having to take care of this in the course of the third quarter,” one other agreed.
“Think about saying no,” one other cringed.
“Lol is that this nonetheless a factor… I really feel for the lady,” one stated.
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As famous by the Detroit Free Press, midgame proposals have gotten one thing of an area custom for the Pistons dance squad. Final 12 months, dancer Erynn was stunned on the finish of a routine with a wedding proposal from her beau — albeit with a bit a bit assist from Hooper the mascot, and fewer theatrics.
All judgements apart, cheers to a fortunately ever after for the longer term bride and groom — each on and off the courtroom.