Internet in splits after bride's rendition of 'You Raise Me Up' hits all the WRONG notes: 'This is cringe'
The video shows the bride walking slowly down the aisle while singing a little off-key to make sure she can finish the song
The video of a bride singing acapella as she walks down the aisle has the internet in splits. The woman is seen walking down the aisle with her father while singing Josh Groban's cover of Secret Garden's 'You Raise Me Up' in the viral TikTok video.
The duo added their own verse halfway through, maintaining the song's tone. The video showed her father singing "And now it’s time to give my daughter away… please take care of her," before the daughter adds, "I know he will, he loves me more than ever, and now it’s time to finally say, I do."
The video shows the bride walking slowly down the aisle while singing a little off-key to make sure she can finish the song. The video lasts for about three minutes and has received over 415,000 views so far. Many called it cringeworthy while some said they are happy for the couple and questioned the reasons behind the bride's decision to sing on her special day in front of a largely empty church.
One user commented. "Simon: it’s a no from me." Another wrote, "i broke out in hives watching this." One user said, "My cat just jumped out of her sleep on that first high note." "Bro how is no one dying laughing," wrote one user. "Me: why is there no one attending? Also me: ooooohhh," reacted one viewer. "When they got to the front and I realized that this was a for real wedding," wrote another. One viewer made a cruel comment saying "love is deaf, not blind." A TikTok user joked, "Honey, I have an idea for the ceremony, but it will be a surprise." One said, "Her dad’s face when he started singing lmao this is cringe like f*ck."
Others are happy for the couple and said, "Congratulations on the marriage at the most." Another user commented, "Dude, it’s her wedding. Let her sing if she wants. What is sad or cringe? She’s getting married." Another said, "Can you just let them be happy?"