When the California orthopedic surgeon got married on June 21, he wanted to give his bride a surprise she’d never forget. So, with the help of his groomsmen, he designed an elaborate dance routine set to Beyoncé’s “Crazy in Love,” Destiny Child’s “Bootylicious,” the Backstreet Boys’ “I Want It That Way” and Bruno Mars’s “Marry You,” as well as a traditional Persian dance.
They even included props, because what is a wedding dance without props? No good, that’s what. (That’s why Carrot Top keeps getting invited to weddings.)
“When I saw a lot of his moves, it took me back to our childhood days, because I’d force him to listen to Beyoncé and ‘NSYNC,” Rajaee’s sister Shirin told ABC News.
Clearly, his sister’s tastes rubbed off on him. We just have one question: If he’s that good on the dance floor, what’s he like in the operating room?