When A Gay Couple Did Their First Dance, The Finale Caught Wedding Guests Completely Off-Guard

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Image: YouTube/PJ & Noah
Image: YouTube/PJ & Noah

Noah Aberlin and P.J. Simmons are a married couple with a shared passion for dance. And nowhere was this passion more apparent than at their wedding reception, when the two grooms put on a display that’s unlikely to be forgotten by anyone who witnessed it. The evening party was just warming up, in fact, when the newlyweds took to the floor for a first dance that left their guests hollering in delight. And that was before the guys’ routine had reached its climax…

Image: Facebook/P.J. Simmons
Image: Facebook/P.J. Simmons

Aberlin is a professional dancer who has toured the country in various productions, including Young Frankenstein and The Wizard of Oz. Simmons, meanwhile, adores salsa dancing, albeit on a more casual basis. And the pair first met through their mutual friend, renowned theater actress Lauren Worsham. Simmons was unsure about Worsham’s plans to set him up with a stranger, but he decided to give it a shot. And he’s probably glad that he did, as he and Aberlin soon fell for each other in a major way.

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Indeed, it wasn’t long before Simmons and Aberlin became an item, with the pair together for a decade before tying the knot in October 2018. The ceremony took place in Coxsackie, New York, and the two grooms had a surprise in store during the reception party. In common with many newlyweds, Aberlin and Simmons planned to enjoy a first dance together, but this would be a dance with a difference – one that the twosome hoped would wow everyone in attendance, in fact.

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