Video: Bride rocks down the aisle to Buckcherry’s ‘Crazy B-tch’ (explicit)

A 43-year-old bride defined class and elegance at her wedding recently by walking down the aisle to her own cover of Buckcherry’s “Crazy B-tch,” a song inspired by Paris Hilton’s sex tape.

A video of the performance was posted on YouTube by the bride’s proud daughter, with the description, “My mom dancing down the aisle doin what she wants having fun and being her.”

Guests stand to watch the bride make her descent down the aisle, and seem caught off guard by the raunchy lyrics, which include:

Hey
You’re crazy b–tch
But you f–k so good, I’m on top of it
When I dream, I’m doing you all night
Scratches all down my back to keep me right on

One man is seen covering a young boy’s ears while looking annoyed. The groom and his groomsmen – decked out in bandanas – seem to enjoy the show.

The video, which was posted on Aug. 15, has racked up over 1 million views.

After catching some flack in the YouTube comment section, the bride fired back defending her right to rock on her special day:

“who made the rule on how my wedding should be and just so you know it was my wedding at my house and they were my guests if and when you ever find anyone to marry your narrow minded self you can have your wedding at your location with your guests in your way and guess what I will respect your choice because I live in the USA and that is what we do here. And thank you to all my friends and family (including my son) who fight or have fought for my freedom to do this

Wow I can promise I am not pregnant and I will bet my IQ is higher then yours and guess what I am employed with a great job and in my job I care for all different people with no judgment. WE had a wedding for us the craziness that is in our heads and all our friends and family get it. Have been told it was greatest wedding people have been too. You all just upset that you don’t have creativity or the balls to live your life freely like we do. Thank GOD I live in the USA

See everyone loved it I have total self respect and proud of everything I do with no regrets and thank GOD I can defend this. All those people are my family they grew up with me and raised me. I stand by this and so does my husband friends and family. All I wish is that I can find a wider shot so you all can see all the guests dancing and rocking out like we always do. I am a 43 year old grandma who rocks out and enjoys life. Proud of me and my family so all that are out there ROCK ON”



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