A captivating dance at the 1994 World Music Awards revealed Patrick Swayze and his wife Lisa Neem’s extraordinary spiritual connection.
Only a few years after the premiere of the amazing film “Dirty Dancing,” the dance, performed to Whitney Houston’s “All the Man That I Need,” marked a historic moment on the international television stage. Despite having been originally slated to be a low-budget movie, “Dirty Dancing” went on to become an international hit because of the outstanding performances of its main cast, particularly that of the flamboyant and driven dancer Patrick Swayze.
From 1987 to 2009, the film was the highest-grossing home-viewing film, demonstrating its extraordinary success. With the 2009 death of Patrick Swayze, the World Music Awards dance clip takes on much more meaning.
The smooth and easygoing dancing moves highlight Patrick and Lisa’s extraordinary spiritual bond and the unwavering love they have enjoyed for the past 24 years of their marriage. When Patrick, then eighteen, first saw Lisa at a dance in 1970, she was with her mother. That’s when their love affair started.
This captivating moment is further enhanced by Whitney Houston’s enthusiastic response and applause following the dance. Many people refer to Patrick and Lisa’s marriage as “made in heaven,” and their steadfast love never fails to enthrall onlookers.
Did you enjoy this amazing couple’s brilliance and their classic dance?
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