STAND-UP comedian Bryan Lacey had his bride in tears –- of laughter – with a hilarious wedding song.

It also had the wedding guests in stitches – and has become a worldwide YouTube phenomena with more than 100,000 hits.

When Bryan, who grew up in Netherthong, got to his feet at the reception everyone was expecting the usual nervous mumblings.

But Bryan, 33 today, a former student at Holmfirth High School, stunned guests with an ode to new wife Hannah.

In the cheeky, innuendo-laden ditty he promises to love her until she is old and grey, needs a Stannah stairlift, Zimmer frame and bladder control pants.

He then croons about his own faults which include his hairy chest, a penchant for pies and the fact he dribbles and snores in bed.

Bryan sang: “I'm punching well above my weight but now the ring is on your finger there is no getting away.”

Bryan thought his wedding day song wouldn’t go any further than the reception at the smart Coworth Park Hotel in Berkshire.

But brother-in-law Simon Brown had other ideas, and posted a video on YouTube.

Within days it had gone viral with more than 100,000 hits.

Bryan, speaking to the Examiner from his honeymoon in Orlando, Florida, said: “It’s nuts!

“I just wanted to write a song for Hannah and the guests at the reception. Now it’s been seen in places like Nigeria, New Zealand, the USA and Canada.”

Bryan and Hannah’s first week away was spent in the Bahamas, out of touch with the outside world.

When Bryan switched on his phone and ventured on-line, he was inundated with calls about his surprise global hit.

“I’ve had people offering me a job as a wedding singer, which wasn’t quite what I had in mind,” said Bryan.

“I’ve written a song before for my brother’s wedding and a friend’s and this could set my career off in a new direction.”

Bryan, a big Huddersfield Town fan who watched Saturday’s play-off final in a bar in Florida, has performed with well-known comedians Dara O’Briain and Milton Jones. He’s also appearing at the Edinburgh Festival this year.

“All this attention can only help my career,” said Bryan, who has been contacted by old school pals on Facebook since his new-found internet fame.

Bryan met Hannah, 36, a talent agent, three years ago when she came to watch him perform. The couple live in Farnham, near Guildford.

The wedding had a surreal feel to it when Hollywood star Russell Crowe, who happened to be in the hotel, wanted to kiss the bride.

“I was a bit worried I was out of my league,” said Bryan.

“And bear in mind this was my wedding night so no pressure there then!

“And the next morning we saw Brad Pitt. We needed to get out of there fast.”

Bryan lived in the Holmfirth area until going to university.

He worked as a salesman selling training courses until he quit to try something new.

“I decided to try comedy and went to an open mic event,” he said.

“I was shaking like a leaf and there were only four people in the audience, but I was hooked.

“I just wanted to do this as a hobby but suddenly people were paying me to turn up. It’s crazy.”

Bryan now hopes to fix up a gig in Huddersfield when his diary allows.

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