We just love it when YouTube sensations use their newfound star power for good. Heck, we love it when anyone does that!
Jill and Kevin Heinz, the newlyweds now forever known for their "Forever" dance moves, want to make sure their light-hearted wedding entrance doesn't become negatively entangled with the singer of their song of choice. Clearly, they'd rather not have their nuptials associated with Chris Brown and his assault drama with Rihanna.
So, instead of encouraging Nigel Lythgoe to put them on So You Think You Can Dance or other attempts to see their names in lights, the Heinzes are encouraging fans to donate to a domestic violence-related organization.
"We hope to direct this positivity to a good cause," they write on their website. "Due to the circumstances surrounding the song in our wedding video, we have chosen the Sheila Wellstone Institute. Sheila Wellstone was an advocate, organizer, and national champion in the effort to end domestic violence in our communities."
Cheers to them!
P.S. Have you seen the "Six Months Later" video inspired by them?