Wedding guests knew they were in for a unique best man speech when Beau Worley began his toast by apologizing in advance.
Not only did he say that cocktail hour started around noon, but that he had to make the speech quick in order to get to the wet T-shirt contest he was judging. The crowd seemed amused by his one-liners, but it was Worley's interpretive dancing skills that really got them going.
The much talked about best man speech, through the art of dance, is posted below for your enjoyment. The dancing starts at about two minutes into the video.
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