‘Move Live on Tour’ played the Orpheum Theater in Sioux City, Iowa, on July 12! Once again the fans raved about the show… no surprise! Generous fans shared some wonderful video and photos which you can see below. Nina Dobrev (Julianne’s bff & actress from Vampire Diaries) was also there for her second show in a row… Check out the video Derek shared on his instagram of Nina dancing with the MOVE dancers on the bus after the show! It looks like the dance party doesn’t stop after the show. I love everyone’s energy!
When the bus is rockin, keep on a knockin’!
Check out this awesome review by Joanne Fox for the Sioux City Journal, who sounded like she absolutely loved the show!
“Sioux City, you guys are awesome!” Julianne shouted at the end of the song.
“We feed off of your energy,” Derek pointed out. “So the more energy you have, the harder we will dance for you.”
The presentation showcased the legendary footwork of Derek, 29, and Julianne, who will turn 26 on July 20, which resulted in seven mirror ball trophies for the pair.
Ballroom purists may have been hoping for some “slow, slow, quick, quick” foxtrot steps or “cotton eye Joe” country moves. But the incorporation of a variety of dance styles, special effects, fabulous video projections and spectacular lighting was outstanding on a simple set that had a nine-step staircase and several large black cubes for different levels of dancing.
Derek was particularly strong in a shirtless number as were his backup male dancers with their own six-pack abs. Their moves were so precise and provocative, it was hard to decide whether to hold up a paddle (like the DWTS judges) or go out and have a cigarette.
Not to be outdone, Julianne – in a breath-taking, red sequined dress – performed a Latin dance with her support dancers. Then, Derek joined her, still shirtless, as a toreador, and they flawlessly danced a paso doble, with Derek doing some fancy twirling of Julianne’s skirt, as if he were preparing for a bullfight.
Read more here!
Derek with a fan onstage during Mustang Sally!
‘Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy’ from Sarasota, FL!
Great photos from the NYC Beacon Theater show thank to Aimee Lyn on Facebook!