The dance reality show, World of Dance is back with its 4th season amidst the lockdown implemented with the outbreak of COVID-19. TV viewers saw the premiere episode of this much-awaited show on May 26 on NBC. It was Derek Hough and NE-YO on the panel along with show’s executive producer and one of the panellist, Jennifer Lopez lighting up the TV screens. Hence, in order to get her audience prepared for the premiere Jennifer’s fiancé, Alex Rodriguez dropped a video on his Instagram account which is a treat to JLo's fans!
The video saw the ace artist enjoy the rain, we can also hear Dirty Dancing soundtrack played in the background. While she was enjoying rain with arms wide open, first she was seen walking on the lush green lawn, and later we can hear Alex asking her will she jump in the pool and within next couple of seconds she dives into the pool. Jennifer and Alex do set some serious relationship goals with their loved up pictures and videos often shared by them on the Instagram platform.
Alex captioned this video as, “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning to dance in the rain (or jump in the pool). Maybe you’ll see a dance like this on @nbcworldofdance tonight!! #WorldOfDanceAgain”
In his caption, he hinted about the actress dancing on the show, which premiered on May 26. This caption was also quite motivating as he mentioned how one should face the storm and not curtail their moves and wait for it to pass. ALSO READ: Jennifer Lopez And Fiancé Alex Rodriguez Go On A Bike Ride As They Twin In Face Masks, Oozing Major Couple Goals
The show will be seeing some of the most talented artists competing for $1 million and to attain the title of the best dancer too. ALSO READ: Clash Of The Rings: Jennifer Lopez Or Kim Kardashian; Whose Engagement Rock Is The Most Expensive? Find Out
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