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Bulls Dancer's Boyfriend Poses as Mascot, Proposes on Court (Video)

By Alexandra Ward   |  

A Chicago Bulls dancer got the surprise of a lifetime last week when her boyfriend disguised himself as one of the NBA team's mascots to propose to her in the middle of a performance.

Ariana Rosado and the rest of the Chicago LuvaBulls dance team took to the court during the third quarter of Thursday night's game against the Miami Heat and began their routine to Britney Spears' "Work B—." But midway through the dance, the music cut out, Bruno Mars' "Marry You" came on, and Rosado was told to sit in a chair at center court.

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As the song ended, Rosado's boyfriend, who was dressed in the inflatable Benny the Bull costume, revealed himself and got down on one knee. The surprised dancer said yes as the crowd cheered.

"Believe me this has now become the best moment of my life!!!" Rosado later wrote on her Facebook page.



A video of the proposal went viral online, receiving nearly 2 million views since Thursday.

"The most adorable and romantic thing ever," one person commented.

"Omg I didn't expect to shed a tear. Super cute," someone else posted.

"This was awesome and romantic. I hope one day I meet someone who can be creative when asking me to marry them," another person wrote.

The Bulls won the game 107-87 over the Heat.



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