Frozen fever has reached wedding season!
The hit Disney musical which refuses to go away was used as the inspiration for Joey Boyes' best man speech at the wedding of his friends Dominic and Rebecca.
Joey, 27, from Saltburn-by-Sea, North Yorkshire, spent six months writing and learning his song, before belting it out at the reception for the couple.
Speaking about his fabulous speech, Joey said: "I've known Dom all my life and I wanted to do something special. We both did theatre when we were younger and Becky loves Disney so this seemed perfect.
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"It went down much better than I expected. I started writing it six months ago and I've been singing it constantly right up until their big day - even on the one-and-a-half hour drive to pick him up."
Joey's version of Let It Go opens with the line:
"Bride wears white on her wedding day, and her husband's looking. After years of dating mingers, he's finally found a queen. The groom he too looks great, I'm sure you'll all agree. He couldn't get it wrong, 'cos he's dressed like me."
The six verse song ends on the perfect note, with Joey singing:
"Best man Joe, says hello, to the man I love the most. Best man Joe, says hello, take your glass, let's raise a toast. Here we stand, on their wedding day. To the newlyweds, I hope this will be your perfect day."
Go, Joey! And congratulations Rebecca and Dominic.
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