Patrick Swayze Performs First Televised Dance With Wife Of 34 Years


There was not a single dry eye in sight after the incredibly talented star brought his stunning wife out on stage for one of the most emotional dances of his career.

Taking the stage during the 1994 World Music Awards, legendary performer, dancer, actor, and singer Patrick Swayze performed an iconic and heartfelt dance with his stunning wife, Lisa Niemi for the very first time on television.

During this red carpet event held in Monte Carlo, Monaco, Swayze and Niemi honored the unfolding legacy of one of the world’s best-selling artists, Whitney Houston, with a specially crafted an choreographed dance to her hit “All The Man That I Need”.

For the first time on international television, and the first time together, Swayze and his stunning wife dashed, danced, and spun across the floor with incredible grace – him taking Niemi in his arms and spinning her, lifting her; moving in complete sync with one another.

This unforgettable moment is one of the best clips to watch of Swayze and Niemi dancing as if nobody was watching. They just let go of all their cares and poured their hearts and souls into this truly amazing piece of art.

Swayze and Niemi’s love story is one for the history books. They first met at the Houston Ballet Company where Swayze’s father was the owner and director. From that point on, they were inseparable and would later enjoy a beautiful 34 years of marriage together before he passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2009.

Take a look at this stunning moment from their lives together in the video below.

Rest in peace, Patrick Swayze. This dance is dedicated to you.