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Posted at 09:15 AM ET, 05/31/2012

More than 11 million have seen this marriage proposal

You’ll always remember your marriage proposal moment. But if you or your partner drop to one knee after a choreographed live lip-dub proposal, the entire Internet will remember it, too.

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That is what has happened to Isaac Lamb, who proposed to his girlfriend Amy Frankel with a rendition of the Bruno Mars song “Marry You.” Here’s the now-viral video:

As of Thursday, May 31 the view has been viewed more than 11 million times on YouTube and Vimeo.

Thanks to the Web, the Made For Internet Stardom wedding proposal is now a thing. Take, for example, the “Guy falls of a building” proposal.

Would you ever consider proposing in viral video fashion? Vote in our reader poll below and tell us in the comments how you’d feel if your marriage proposal went viral.

By Michael Katz  |  09:15 AM ET, 05/31/2012

 
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