American recording artist Britney Spears was recently part of the discussion in a wedding video that went viral and once again made her a topic of discussion but all for great reasons. A man who was doing a best man wedding speech at the wedding of his friend recently made Britney Spears' song "Better Work ..." a viral sensation. He started off the wedding speech with the customary words that a wedding requires work and love and then he all of sudden began an elaborate dance routine with the help of several dancers and all with the use of Britney Spears' hit song.
For all the criticism and jealousy directed toward Britney Spears this is one of many occassions where her talents brought smiles and laughter to all those who were present at the wedding. The dance routine was the sensation of the wedding and provided a memory that the happy couple will never forget and has become so popular that even the singer has tweeted her approval of the wedding toast and a desire to be part of the 10 year anniversary wedding performance.
Britney Spears is herself rumoured to be preparing to get married to her boyfriend, David Lucado. She recently took a trip to Hawaii with her boyfriend and two sons to check out the Alunai Disney Resort to see if it was both child friendly yet elegant and posh enough for her potential wedding ceremony which some insiders believe would take place in June.
Her song "Better Work ..." has for the moment become the wedding toast of the year but now that the bar of excellence as to great wedding toasts has been established by her own song entertainment insiders are wondering what special performance Britney Spears will come forth for her own wedding.
The music industry, the fans and in particular Britney Spears' music label owe a thank you to Bradley Bredeweg, the toastmaster/best man who brought forth the wedding toast with Britney Spears' song because he has likely stoked the competitive fires within Britney Spears and her friends to match the performance that he provided his best friend at her wedding. Look for a hit song and the video of the year to come forth as a result of this superb wedding toast to the Britney Spears' song "Better Work ...".