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Stephanie Huntington Gets The Wedding Speech Of A Lifetime With Britney Spears' "Work B***h"

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04/07/2014 8:02 pm
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Stephanie Huntington Gets The Wedding Speech Of A Lifetime With Britney Spears'
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Benjamin Spence

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Married Life? You Better Work B***h! Wedding speeches are usually pretty standard. Throw in the occasional joke, reference the good old days, and finish with a touching toast. That is, unless you’re Bradley Bredeweg, (co-creator and executive producer of The Fosters) who delivered an epically choreographed dance routine to his “Lucky” best friend Stephanie Huntington. When discussing his friendship with Stephanie, Bradley describes Britney as the soundtrack of their lives. Whilst the beautiful bride happily agrees with her G.B.F, she has no idea what is about to happen next… As the intro to Britney’s “Work B***h!” begins, four feisty females, originally believed to be wait staff, take to the dance floor and are quickly joined by four dapper looking male dancers. Bradley then takes centre stage, generating the wedding guests to Scream and Shout and let it all out. The last time he performed was in his teens, but he manages to nail the highly energised routine. At the end of the performance, stunned Stephanie joins in with the finale before hugging her best friend of nineteen years. Speaking to ABC’S Good Morning America, she said, “I was just blown away the whole time, I was so shocked and so surprised. It was just so much fun.” Even Britney herself was impressed by Bradley’s speech. Posting a link to the YouTube video, the princess of pop tweeted, “This wedding toast is INCREDIBLE!!! I want IN on the 10 year anniversary performance!!!” Check out the video below, which has already had over 575,000 YouTube hits. We particularity enjoyed the woman wearing an orange top and blue jacket going for it in the background, not forgetting the excitable gentleman at 4:02 who shouts, “c’mon!” [embed]http://youtu.be/1qXO3jls24w[/embed]

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