WATCH: Flash mob surprises guests at Buxton wedding

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Wedding guests were entertained with a surprise flash mob at a hotel in Buxton at the weekend.

During the celebrations at the Old Hall Hotel six dancers dressed as waitresses infiltrated the party. When the music kicked in so did they as they danced their way to the front of the room where they performed for the guests of Nikki and Terry Worrall.

The dancers from Chris Hill Community Sports -Jennie Collier, Ellie Smith, Leanne Marie, Celeste Chadwick,Bethan Marshall and Emma Longden - with the happy couple, Nikki and Terry Worrall.

The dancers from Chris Hill Community Sports -Jennie Collier, Ellie Smith, Leanne Marie, Celeste Chadwick,Bethan Marshall and Emma Longden - with the happy couple, Nikki and Terry Worrall.

The couple got engaged in the Buxton hotel and wanted to return for their special day but had a little trick up their sleeves to keep the guests on their toes.

Vicky Eyre, wedding co-ordinator at the Old Hall, said the end result was the culmination of months of meticulous planning.

“Nikki and Terry originally wanted singing waiters as a surprise, but when we suggested a flash mob-style dance they jumped at the idea,” she explained.

“They wanted to give their guests a present, but for it to be a surprise. So we came up with this idea of dressing the dancers in our waitress uniforms - the guests really didn’t have a clue what was happening.”

Vicky approached Chris Hill Community Sports, whose dancers were asked to perform to a mix of songs that meant something to the happy couple.

Choreographed by Jennie Collier the group did 11 songs,including everything from Beyonce’s Crazy in Love to That’s Life by Frank Sinatra.

Chris Hill, owner of the community group, said: “It was a fantastic surprise. It was our first flash mob and the girls worked so hard over the last six weeks to perfect everything.”

The video has already gained thousands of hits across social media.

He added: “The girls, who are aged between 18 and 25, are our dance teachers so it was so nice for them to actually perform for a change and they enjoyed it as much as the party-goers.”