Model Melissa Molinaro Wows New Husband with Beyoncé-Worthy Dance at Wedding

This model performed a dance with her bridesmaids at her wedding and it was just amazing!

Every wedding reception includes the first dance which sometimes appears to be an awkward one with the groom and the bride trying to impress their guests before everyone else takes bottles of wine onto the dance floor and make a complete tit of themselves.

However, this is not what a Canadian actress and dancer decided to do.

Melissa Molinaro made her best to perform the dance her guests and housband would never forget by performing the incredible Beyonce-inspired dance routine.

Bryan sit (a bit awkwardly) alone in front of their friends and family while his wife was dancing for him to Lil’ Mo before her bridesmaids join her.

As befits such an occasion, the dancer all wore sparkly leotards complete with wedding ruffles – with Melissa wearing a lace white one.

“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 writes.

At the end of the dance, the bride pulled her husband up out of his chair asking him and all the guests to join them on the dance floor.

“Giving her new husband shows last night!” celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta, who brought “Pretty Little Liars” star Shay Mitchell to the wedding, said along with a video of the performance.

The video that Melissa has uploaded to YouTube already has nearly 14.5k views, while snippets on Instagram have as many as 365k views.

The dancer is known for her participation in “Making The Band 3” and “The Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search For the Next Doll.”

Welcome to the married club @bk_xxiv & @melissamolinaro , we love you !

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Molinaro also appeared in an Old Navy commercial in 2011 in which her striking resemblance to Kim Kardashian resulted in a lawsuit from the reality star, who claimed the retailer violated her publicity rights by using a lookalike.

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