Do you (Harlem) Shake this woman...
Models at the Westcountry Wedding Show in Plymouth this weekend created a new video as part of an Internet meme to promote a dream wedding competition.
Brides and grooms taking part in the event at Plymouth Pavilions created their own version of the Harlem Shake video to promote The Herald's Win a Dream Wedding competition.
Thousands of 30-second Harlem Shake videos have been uploaded across the globe since the first was created in Australia on February 2.
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The videos typically show one person dancing for 15 seconds before a crowd strikes random poses and starts dancing erratically for another 15 seconds to the opening section of the dance track Harlem Shake.
The stunt aims to raise awareness of Win a Dream Wedding.