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A gay couple's marriage proposal goes viral. It wasn't the choreographed dance scene from Step Up 2 or the fact that one of the stars from the movie was in the dance. Instead, it's a Facebook response from a viewer. An old schoolmate who bullied Lucas Bane in high school reached out to him to apologize.

"If you do remember me it's probably not positive … No need to respond I just wanted you to know that I think what you have is awesome and wish you the best," the ex-bully wrote.

"I do remember who you are," Lucas replied. "I'm not gonna lie, just the fact that you wrote me at all had me in tears but your words are really touching."

The proposal video has gotten more than half-a-million views.

"Wow, that was adorable, it bought a tear to my eyes. Stunning couple. Stunning," wrote viewer Baz Vaghela.

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