Monday, June 29, 2015

VIDEO: Zach Braff helps a guy propose

You might know Zach Braff as JD in Scrubs or as that guy from Garden State.

VIDEO: Zach Braff helps a guy propose

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You might know Zach Braff as JD in Scrubs or as that guy from Garden State. Maybe you know him as the guy the Internet for abusing Kickstarter. In his most recent role, though, the actor took some time out of his schedule to help a guy named Matt propose to his girlfriend, Janice.

Basically, Braff intros a montage of Janice's family and friends urging her to "say yes" when Matt proposes. After the montage, Braff adds a bar or two of advice from Beyoncé and Matt gets down on one knee and asks for Janice's hand in marriage.

SPOILER ALERT: She says yes.

I wanted to think of a really cool way to propose to my girlfriend, Janice, and this song and video is what I came up with. I wanted to show her that not only do I love her but that she's loved by all our friends and family too. This was particularly important as she hasn't been able to see much of her family for 7 years since she moved to the UK and she misses them lots.

I managed to get Zach involved through Kickstarter when pledging an amount for his new film "Wish I Was Here". The team were SO kind and SO amazing they got his part of the video to me super early as they really liked the idea. Like me, Janice is a huge fans of "Scrubs" so I knew it would blow her away.
[h/t Reddit]

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