14 Million Watched This Flashmob Proposal - Now The Long-Awaited Joy Story Wedding Is Here
This Flashmob Marriage Proposal was seen by over 14 Million and generated an outpouring of love and emotion from the LGBTQ and straight communities alike! 18 months and 18 episodes later, the Joy Story wedding is finally here!
After meeting Jared Marinelli at a JoyRide Cycling class, and eventually falling in love, Adam Keller plotted the perfect secret flash mob cycling class wedding proposal.
When they met, Jared Marinelli was Adam's Cycling instructor. After bonding over their love for fitness and cycling, not only did Adam get a job at Joy Ride, but they fell in love! Both being cycling instructors, Adam convinced Jared it was all being filmed for their studio's new marketing promotion. Little did Jared know it was being recorded for Adam's highly charged and emotional proposal.
Adam planned the TOP-SECRET flash mob cycling class proposal that included all his closest friends and family members to help him pop the question, "Will you marry me?" Jared immediately said yes and they both became a 'Joy Story' as the video went viral. The worldwide response launched the couple into stardom and led to the development and production of a digital web series following Adam & Jared, as they planned the ultimate wedding of the year!
Fast–forward to September 2017 and both Adam and Jared (#TeamJadam) have finally reached the next chapter of their story – married life! Stay tuned for the exclusive JADAM WEDDING Video world premiere footage coming to you on Wednesday, September 27th.
To Honor The Son She Lost, A Mom Built A Playground And Started A Movement In Accessibility For All!
Every kid deserves a place to play and have fun. Amy Barzach is one of the people who is fully dedicated to making that dream a reality.
The Ivy Girl Academy is a leadership training program for teenage girls in South Jordan, Utah, and it culminates with a pageant that's a little different from the typical kind of beauty contest. At the Ivy Girl pageants, the contestants showcase leadership skills that they've developed over the course of their time with the Academy. Leading up to the pageant is a four-month intensive program consisting of 30 hours of service, character-building challenges, and mentorship of younger Ivy Girls through community clubs.
BalletNext's search for innovation led the New York City-based company and its Artistic Director Michele Wiles to a first-of-its-kind production, a ballet called "Follin."
In a sun-filled church in Stamford, Connecticut, a small group of young students sit with their musical instruments. Among them are many instruments you'd expect to see in a classroom—like violins and guitars—and also several that you may have never seen before, like the South American Charango and a Caribbean steel drum. That would give you your first hint that you're not looking at a standard music class. This is an INTEMPO class.
Since 2003, the ADA Foundation has offered an annual free program at New York City schools called Give Kids A Smile. The program, New York City Dental Society's largest community-focused event, unites dentists, orthodontists, dental staff, and other volunteers to provide screenings and oral health education to students, their parents, and teachers.
Sometimes celebrities get a bad rap for being self-centered, but not these celebrities! These 3 celebrities are following their passions outside of the music, television, and film industries, and as a result, they're helping others!
AJ Muss is just 23 years old, but his has been an eventful life so far. As an alpine snowboarder, AJ qualified for this year's Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, competing for Team USA— but that's not the only reason we love his story. We've already seen a number of new young American stars be made on the mountain during these Olympic Games, including fellow snowboarders and gold medalists Chloe Kim and Red Gerard. When AJ competes in the Men's Parallel Giant Slalom beginning later this week, we hope to see him shine as brightly as his teammates have so far.
The inaugural Universal FanCon (FanCon) is the first large-scale, 24-hour, inclusive event that celebrates the diversity of fans, the diversity of fandom, the true needs of those who love pop culture and a celebration of the differences that make us strong. Hosted at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, MD, April 27-29, 2018, FanCon's mission is to create a sense of belonging by providing authentic connections and experiences through fan-centric parties, programs, panels and partners.