South African couple Bhut' Hector and Nonhlanhla went viral when, in a Kentucky Fried Chicken, he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him as onlookers cheered.

The video quickly went viral.


But some people tried to shame the man, laughing at the fact that such an emotional scene took place in a KFC.

What people didn't see coming was that KFC would immediately try to track down the couple to help make their wedding as great as possible.

And they weren't the only ones...

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Before long, KFC checked back in with news that they had found the couple and would be helping them to have the wedding of their dreams!

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Not to be outdone, companies all over the country began sounding off on Twitter, offering the couple the most incredible wedding gifts they could.

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Hotels offered to host the wedding, restaurants offered catering, travel companies offered to provide honeymoons—it was astounding.

Before long, many were calling for the "national wedding" to be televised.

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If even half of these companies follow through on their promises, it will be the an amazing wedding.

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Before long, the gifts began piling up and...wow.

Just wow.

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Maybe it pays to propose in a KFC.

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Hopefully this "national wedding" is just the beginning of an equally amazing marriage.

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Sometimes, the world really can be a good place.

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Congratulations on your upcoming wedding, Bhut and Nonhlanhla!

It looks like the ceremony is going to be an absolutely incredible occasion.