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By SYLVANIA AMBANI

A bridal party in Toronto has stolen the hearts of the African-American community with their rhythmic dance to Willy Paul’s ‘I do’ song.

The short clip was shared on Instagram by Shade room, a page with a big following among the black community in Canada and United States.

The video that has since gone viral captures the bridal party making a grand entrance to the wedding. The ladies wore baby pink colored gowns, with the men looking dapper in black suits.

“#PressPlay: When your whole wedding party is on beat! Via: @bebyval @didz15 @ido_uganda,” posted Shade room.

Willy Paul could not hide his excitement and asked fans to celebrate with him on this achievement.

“Our song #ido with @alainesinga is still making news all over the world. The biggest African American Instagram page posted a classy and swagarific wedding video with the song #ido in it..it’s almost hitting 3million Instagram views and has over 18000 views… we all know @theshaderoom from Africa to the world.. I’m happy to see international acts commenting on the video.. Thank you to the owners of this wedding. You made it possible for me… and yes A kenyan made it to @theshaderoom.. #akenyanmadeittotheshaderoom. Leave a positive vibe my people.. Kenya to the World,” posted Willy Paul.

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