Dirty Dancing's Patrick Swayze Stuns Audiences at 1994 World Music Awards

Feb 16, 2016 by apost team

The 1994 World Music Awards had one of the most iconic dances in history. Nearly 22 years ago, Patrick Swayze danced for the first time ever with his beloved wife Lisa Nieme. This first dance was to "All the Man That I Need," which was a clear salute to Whitney Houston.

One of the greatest movies of all time, Dirty Dancing, had been released just a few years prior. This was Patrick Swayze in his glory days, and this made the performance a huge deal for audiences then. As we look back on the clip, it is hard to believe that he passed away in 2009. This powerful clip is timeless.

Patrick and Lisa share an incredible bond that can clearly be seen in the way they move. They dance effortlessly with smooth, sultry movements. Everyone knew how in love they were and how that love never dwindled, even after 34 years of marriage.

Lisa and Patrick have a great dance history, too. They first met in 1970 when Lisa was taking lessons from his mother. She was just 18 at the time. As you watch the clip you might also notice pop icon Whitney Houston clapping during the performance. Even she is stunned!

If you didn't see this amazing moment the first time you watched the clip, watch it again. It's a truly beautiful moment. Don't forget to share this moment so others can see just how beautiful it is!

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