Gay Marriage Proposal In Central Park Features Sweet Flash Mob (VIDEO)

Central Park just got a whole lot more romantic.

In a video posted to YouTube and Facebook Monday, New Yorker Carl Marucci proposed to his boyfriend, Drew Marsenison, in Central Park with the help of a flash mob to Christina Perri's "A Thousand Years."

Marucci wrote on YouTube that on May 11, he asked his mom to take Marsenison to Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. After they arrived, the flash mob broke out. Marucci joined Marsenison during the performance to watch; then, the dancers surrounded the couple and Marucci popped the question.

"In front of all these people, I'm going to put it all out there. I love you so very much," Marucci said. "With every fiber of my being, Andrew Francis Marsenison, will you marry me?"

Amid the cheers of onlookers, Marsenison offered a very emotional "yes."

Watch the proposal in the video above.

If you liked that proposal, you'll love Tim and Bennie's recent "Single Ladies" flash mob proposal in San Francisco. Another flash mob broke out in the Google London office in April when a Google employee popped the question to his boyfriend.

Watch 10 more flash mob proposals in the slideshow below.

Flash Mob proposals

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