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Marriage proposal goes viral: Greeley's Josh Mullin unknowingly proposes on live TV

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Extreme marriage proposals that make YouTube sensations out of the bride-and groom-to-be are in vogue these days. But Josh Mullin of Greeley wasn't trying for notoriety when he proposed to his girlfriend at the Kansas City airport in the background of a local TV reporter's live shot for a ho-hum story about healthy eating. In the age of flashy YouTube look-at-me-ness, the young couple's genuine reaction to being caught on camera is adorable. Watch it below.

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