A Minnesota couple has performed the famous dance scene from the movie, 'Dirty Dancing,' for their first dance as husband and wife. It was so close to the original scene, including the climatic lift, which the video earned more than a million views on YouTube.

Terra and Drake Otto tied the knot late August. The highlight of the event was a choreographed dance they performed during the reception. The couple did not announce that they will be doing such so the guests were in a pleasant surprise.

The video shot by Joe Pollock first featured the practice session with a dance instructor the day before the wedding. It was also shown that the couple and the dance instructor paid close attention to the tiniest detail of the dance scene.

During the reception, Drake started the surprise with the line made popular by Patrick Swayze as Johnny Castle.

"Sorry for the interruption, folks," he said. "But I always do the last dance of the season."

Wearing the same all-black ensemble as Swayze did in the movie, Drake continued with his speech. "I'm gonna do my kind of dancin' with a great partner. Somebody who's taught me that there are people willing to stand up for other people no matter what the consequences. Somebody who's taught me about the kind of man I wanna be."

He then turned to his bride, and then replaced 'Miss Frances Houseman' with 'Mrs. Terra Otto.'

The couple also brought the details of the dance scene beyond the dance itself. Terra also wore a dress similar to that of Jennifer Grey as Frances 'Baby' Houseman. They got the entourage involved, and as Huffington Post put it, they 'basically had an awesome time,' just as the song '(I've Had) The Time of My Life' played on the background.

In an interview with TODAY, Terra shared to Willie Geist that she was a huge fan of the movie, so much that she 'broke the VHS tape' after watching it over and over again.

The couple came up with the idea of including a choreographed dance routine to the program when Drake gifted his then-fiancee Terra professional dance lessons as a wedding gift.

"We just wanted to start the dance off with a bang," Drake said during the couple's interview with 'Good Morning America.'

The video has close to 1.8 million views since the video was posted Oct. 30 and has 129 comments posted, mostly admiring the couple for nailing the choreography down to the minute details and wishing them the best of luck in their married life.