A teenager with Down's syndrome made the marriage of a family friend extra special when he challenged the groom – a Los Angeles agent – to an unforgettable dance fight.
Matthew Ferrell, a father from Los Angeles, shared images of the heartwarming moment Facebook on Monday, explained that his 15-year-old son Sam loves the bride, Tori Bowyer Serrato, and was asked to be a part of her special day.
The father told DailyMail.com that Sam as & # 39; de facto groomsman & # 39; served during her wedding, which took place at Ethereal Gardens in Escondido, California.
Amazing: Matthew Ferrell shared a video of his 15-year-old son Sam, who has Down syndrome and challenges Los Angeles agent Nick Serrato to a dance fight at his wedding
Regarding: The father said the bride, Tori Bowyer Serrato, is a family friend and asked Sam to be part of her big day as & # 39; de facto groomsman & # 39;
In a video filmed at the reception, Sam can be seen as a challenge to Tori & # 39; s husband, Nick Serrato, while & # 39; Bust A Move & # 39; van Young MC plays from the sound system.
The teenager drops his hands to the floor and kicks his legs in the air before he lies down and makes a turn while balancing his hip.
The couple's wedding guests applaud Sam, and even the groom can't help clapping his competitor when he is posing on the floor.
Mood music: in the video, & # 39; Bust A Move & # 39; from Young MC on the sound system when Sam starts the dance-off
Hip hop movements: the teenager drops his hands on the floor and kicks his legs in the air before he lies down and turns around while balancing his hip
Heartwarming moment: Sam and Nick shared a hug after showing their dance moves
When it was his turn to go, Nick showed some chic footwork that Sam quickly replicated to the delight of the audience.
& # 39; Sam didn't beat Nick to win Tori's heart, but he did proclaim himself the winner of the dance battle & # 39 ;, the proud father wrote the Facebook post.
Matthew, who is a producer of Extra, said that Tori is part of their family. The bride had been a babysitter for Sam for a few years and now works with students with autism.
& # 39; When she was engaged, she asked Sam to be part of the wedding, & # 39; he said. & # 39; Sam thought for a long time that he was the one who married Tori. & # 39;
Just like family: Matthew said that Sam no longer thought he was the one who married Tori, but loved Nick, who took care of him at his wedding
Close by: the bride had been a babysitter for Sam for a few years and now works with students with autism
The father explained that Sam did not like being reminded of her fiancé. However, that all changed when he first met the groom during the couple's rehearsal dinner.
Matthew said Nick could not have been nicer to his son and happily took him under his wings, gave him the same gifts he gave all his groomsmen – minus the bottle.
He noted that Sam originally wanted Nick & # 39; s family to have a dance competition with their family, but opted for a one-on-one competition on the dance floor when the opportunity arose.
Matthew said his son was fearless and had no trouble feeling embarrassed dancing for the wedding guests.
Hobby: Matthew, pictured with Sam at the wedding, said his son loves to dance and watch dance videos & # 39; s
Unforgettable: the teenager earned herself many fans at the wedding, including the mother of the bride, who also shared the video on Facebook in the hope that this would go viral
& # 39; He just went for it and that's kind of how he lives his life, & # 39; he explained, adding that Sam loves to dance and watch dance videos.
His favorite move is dabbing, which Nick can actually be seen at the start of the clip.
The teenager earned herself many fans at the wedding, including the bride's mother, who also shared the video on Facebook in the hope that it would go viral.
& # 39; Sam is always the life of the party, & # 39; said Matthew.
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