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Another pro-Irish dance couple wow the world with their homegrown talent and great “craic” at their party.

Irish dancing wedding video goes viral, again

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Another pro-Irish dance couple wow the world with their homegrown talent and great “craic” at their party.

It seems that this year is the year for Irish wedding videos to go viral and it’s no coincidence that there seem to be a large number of professional Irish dancers getting hitched. This week Mariam Elbadri and Owen McAuley’s wedding video went viral when the title winning Irish dancers and their guests took to the dance floor.

Just last week a blushing brother of the groom posted an amazing video from the wedding of two former “Lord of the Dance” Irish dancers and it quickly went viral.

Read more: Check out the dance floor at a “Lord of the Dance” wedding (VIDEO

The videos posted by Gary Collins, their wedding photographer, have already gone wild online.

Elbadri and McAuley are both pro-Irish dancers and listed with the dance troupe Damhsa. The pair tied the knot at Knightsbrook Hotel, in Trim, County Meath.

And of course they couldn’t let the evening go by without taking to the stage themselves.

Eldbardi, from Swords, has performed as the lead dancer in “Irish Thunder” and “Emerald Beat.” Recently she’s been on tour with “GaelForce Dance” and “Dance Masters” as the female lead.

McAuley has been dancing since the age of three and has won major titles around the world. He joined “Lord of the Dance” at 17 and spent ten years touring with the show. He performed as the lead in “The Dark Lord” and has also appeared on the TV shows “Dancing with the Stars” and “Superstars Of Dance.”

Source: Her.ie.

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