This May 25, 2012, photo, shows actor Isaac Lamb and Amy Frankel in Portland, Ore. Lamb joined about 60 people on a small street near his house last week to propose to Frankel. He’s pitching it as the world’s first lip-synched proposal and there don’t appear to be any challengers. Lamb’s marriage proposal notched 5 million hits on YouTube. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Alysha Beck) MAGS OUT; NO SALES; TV OUT
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Isaac Lamb acknowledges that his five-minute, block-long choreographed build-up to a marriage proposal has upped the stakes for everyone who follows.
“Guys, I’m sorry,” he said on NBC’s “Today” show Tuesday. “That wasn’t my intention.”
The Portland-area thespian’s creative proposal last week to girlfriend Amy Frankel featured about 60 people dancing on a small street near his parents’ home. Video of the performance (http://apne.ws/M3Jmex ) has gone viral, notching Login to read more