We seriously cannot get enough of viral video proposals. They usually play out like real life rom-coms and never fail to make us smile. One Connecticut couple just put out the viral video proposal to end all video proposals. If you thought Valentine's Day proposals and flash mobs were cheesy, just wait for this adorable couple, Adam Keller and Jared Marinelli, to change your mind.
Keller and Marinelli met last March when Keller started working at the same spin class studio as Marinelli, according to the Joyride studio's blog. After meeting they went on their first date and have been together ever since. Since the spin studio first brought them together, it's only appropriate that Keller would pop the question there.
The Valentine's Day class that Marinelli was teaching started out like every other class until everyone in the studio — including Keller — removed their shirts to reveal they were wearing matching tees that said "Team Jadam" — and the proposal only gets cuter from here.
Once the class was decked out in matching gear, they hopped off their bikes and busted out some seriously impressive dance moves and even held up homemade signs that described how the couple met. "So this guy Adam comes in looking for a job..." one sign said. Another one said: "It was love at first playlist!" If you aren't crying yet, these last two signs will probably have you in tears. The couples' parents came out holding signs that said: "I've always wanted another son!" and "So did we! We approve!"
At this point, Marinelli was already in tears and Keller hadn't even gotten down on one knee yet! (Which makes us feel better since we were already crying, too.) "So I've been told that when you're not looking for the right person, the right person will come, and everything in your life will be better," Keller told Marinelli in the video. "And every day since I've known you, you have brought such happiness to me, and I don't want to spend another day without you by my side. So, I have a question for you: will you marry me?" To which Keller obviously said yes.
"We're overwhelmed by the amount of love and support! I never in my wildest dreams imagined that so many people would be affected by our story," Marinelli said on the company's blog in response to the video (above). "I only hope our love story can inspire and bring strength to someone else." We're pretty confident in saying this is the cutest Valentine's Day proposal. Ever.