But for Crump Lemons, 51, and her husband Nick Sibley, 69, the catchy tune heard on radios across the country is much more personal to them.
Sibley is a musician who composed music in the 1980s, and his wife produces videos for the auto parts giant. They have known each other at work for years.
“Our friends and family didn’t know what we did for our day jobs. So let’s show them and we’re all excited,” he said.
Recruiting musical talent was an easy question. They have already attended the wedding as friends of the bride and groom.
“We just said, ‘Hey, we should do an O’Reilly skit at the wedding.’ They just kind of laughed about it, and then we kind of casually did it,” Crump Lemons said. “It wasn’t part of the wedding I dreamed of as a little girl.”
But it didn’t take him long to get into the spirit of things. With a horn in hand – as a way to “talk back” like in the studio – Crump Lemons directed the musicians to describe an alternative, strange theme for 10 minutes.
“I think a lot of people thought it was weird and stupid, but it’s people like us,” he said.
During their honeymoon, the couple discovered they were now viral stars.
“We caught some wind here in Paris. Someone called us here [saying it was] On TikTok [and it] got a lot of views,” Sibley told The Post. “You try to do something like that on purpose and you couldn’t do it.”
While soaking it all in, the bride is still in awe of her stewardship.
“I’m amazed that so many people want to see something like this today,” Crump Lemons said. “There were so many fun moments that day and it was just the icing on the cake.”