A British couple, preparing for their wedding dance, was knocked unconscious as they attempted to recreate the iconic "lift" scene from the movie "Dirty Dancing." They caught the entire incident on video.

Sharon Price and fiancé Andy Price attempted to recreate the movie's final dance scene — spontaneously replacing actors Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey — in a pub garden in Weston-super-Mare in Somerset.

Andy ended up with a concussion, and both of them ended up in the local hospital before they were discharged six hours later.

Andy Price spoke about the unfortunate crash in an interview with the BBC.

"I was concussed. I was out. I ended up in a neck brace and had to have a CT scan," he said. "We were about 30 feet apart and Sharon ran and I grabbed her hips and the next thing we knew we were flat out."

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"There was no build up, no warm up and that was it," he added. "I think I knocked myself out hitting the floor as hard as I did. I wasn’t too aware of what was going on after that."

Sharon Price — who coincidentally shares a surname with her husband-to-be — said that "Dirty Dancing" was one of her all-time favorite movies and that their choice to do the song "Time Of My Life" was an attempt to mix it up by skipping the traditional slow dance.

"I've always watched it and me and my daughter watch it, over and over again," she said, adding that the couple "thought it would be something different. Everybody else slow dances, so we thought we'd jazz it up a bit."

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She recalled the experience as a "spur of the moment" decision. The bride-to-be added, "I think I knocked myself out hitting the floor as hard as I did. I wasn't too aware of what was going on after that."

Sharon added that the couple would probably not try the dance move again for their wedding. 

"I don't think we'll have that one at the wedding, I think we'll go for a traditional slow one and I'll let Andy choose," she said.