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Langley family’s wedding video airing on America’s Funniest Home Videos

One of the most romantic days in the lives of Amie and Scott Emondson was broadcast Valentine’s Day and made people around the world laugh.

The Langley family had their wedding video on America’s Funniest Home Videos Feb. 14.

They were married last July.

“When we were pronounced husband and wife, it was then time for ‘the kiss’,” Amie said.

“The video, taken by my mom, shows the kiss, and you hear a little boy’s voice yell out ‘eeewww gross’. The video then pans past our daughter’s facial expressions, which was a shocked look while laughing, and our other daughter did a facepalm as if to say ‘ohh, Cohan’,” Amie said.

“Our son, Cohan, was five at the time.”

The entire place erupts with laughter.

“It was the highlight of our special day,” Amie said. “I’m not shocked he stole the show. He is the little comedian in our household, also the youngest.”

Cohan has reacted to their kissing in the past. The reactions have been “Oh my gosh, they’re smooching again” or “Why do you guys kiss all the time?”

It’s always followed by giggles. The big loud “eeewww gross” was a new one from him.

“I originally put it on my Facebook, it had got quite a reaction from friends and family. After a few suggestions, we decided to upload it to AFV,” she said.

On Sept. 30, Amie received a phone call from the studio in L.A. saying the video was tentatively scheduled for AFV. They then went through the process of signing the contracts to release the video to the show.

“AFV is airing our video on Valentine’s Day – how fitting for a wedding blooper,” Amie said.

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