‘Bridesmaid’ At Wedding in China Turns Out to Be Groom’s Best Friend

A video of a wedding in northern China showing a man dressed as a bridesmaid has caught the attention of eagle-eyed netizens on social media.

According to Btime.com, the wedding took place in Chengde, Hebei province some time in February, but the footage only started circulating online recently.

 

A number of accounts claimed that the man in the dress, who happens to be the groom’s best friend, volunteered to wear a white dress after the couple failed to find enough bridesmaids for the ceremony.

In the video, the man is seen standing right in front of a line of bridesmaids, smiling and clapping as the groom and bride hug each other.

A video of a wedding in northern China showing a man dressed as a bridesmaid has caught the attention of eagle-eyed netizens on social media.

Soon after the video went viral, the groom, identified only as Bai, clarified that while the man is indeed his best friend, his cross-dressing was purely for entertainment purposes.

According to Bai, he and his wife actually found enough bridesmaids for the ceremony but thought of ways to make it more fun.

A video of a wedding in northern China showing a man dressed as a bridesmaid has caught the attention of eagle-eyed netizens on social media.

Enter the man who has been Bai’s best friend since they were classmates in school.

While his cross-dressing did not emerge from a need to save to the day, netizens still praised him for his slightly-misleading appearance and showmanship.

A video of a wedding in northern China showing a man dressed as a bridesmaid has caught the attention of eagle-eyed netizens on social media.

Weibo users commented:

“He’s got hot eyes!”

“Well he actually looks pretty good.”

“What a very brave guest. How special hahaha.”

“This bridesmaid is totally stealing their moment!”

“It’s so good to have such a male friend. He’s very warm.”

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