Bride Asks Choir To Sing Champions League Anthem At Wedding To Surprise Husband
The UEFA Champions League is officially back on our screens tonight, so to get in the mood for this evening's festivities let's remember a classic gesture of love from a dream wedding day.
It's the year 2012 and Catalan couple Marcos and Neus are getting married.
It's a joyous day for everyone involved, but things peaked in the ceremony when bride Neus decided to pull out the ultimate trump card.
Play me the champions league anthem on my wedding please :musical_score::musical_score:- Blondie (@glitzy_cynthia) June 3, 2017
In a moment of sheer joy, she decided to hire the Renaissance Choir of Sant Boi de Llobregat to perform the iconic Champions League anthem and well, the rest is history.
The look on Marcus' face says it all.
Two minutes into the incredible performance, the groom punches the air and mouths the words to the iconic anthem. He definitely enjoyed this one, Neus.
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To be fair, If you haven't placed your hands behind your back and belted out the Tony Britten composed Champions League song as your family looks on with a hint of embarrassment and regret, then something is seriously wrong.
Five-time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo got so pumped up with the trademark track in October 2017 before a game against Spurs that he couldn't help but sing it as though it was the national anthem.
Ronaldo sings the champions league tune like it's his national anthem :joy:- Ethan Payne (@Behzinga) October 17, 2017
Cristiano Ronaldo singing along to the Champions League theme like a national anthem is too much. pic.twitter.com/AVLAqbBrEA- Lee Thomas-Mason (@LeeThomasMason) October 18, 2017
You can't not get in the zone when the 'Champions' blasts out over the tannoy but when you actually read up on the lyrics when translated, it takes it down a peg. It's a tad underwhelming to be honest.
BT Sport have both kindly provided the words here:
The anthem isn't *quite* as epic when all the lyrics are translated :joy::see_no_evil: pic.twitter.com/Tb0nBk5zoO- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 18, 2018
We still love it, though.
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