If for some weird reason Derek Hough isn't already your dream dance bae, here's a little something that might just change your mind: his brand-spanking-new music video for Michael Bublé's "I Believe in You."
Because there's apparently nothing this man can't do, Derek choreographed, directed and starred in the super-sweet vid about childhood sweethearts who grow up to be—gasp!—Derek and a mystery lady! (TBH, I'm just imagining that's me dancing with Mr. Hough. #fangirl #sorrynotsorry)
So the big, important questions here are:
Is Derek Hough the perfect dance partner/man/choreographer? (Well, duh.)
Will this video be the soundtrack to your V-Day? (Unless you have a shriveled lump of coal for a heart, you bet it will.)
Who is the mystery dancer playing Derek's boo? (Seriously, if you know who she is, let us know in the comments!)
Ralph Lauren is kicking off the celebration bright and early with a gender-neutral capsule collection featuring a rainbow version (naturally) of its pony logo. And the brand chose a bunch of influential LGBTQIA+ community members to model the looks—including our favorite danseur in heels, Houston Ballet soloist Harper Watters.
School of American Ballet students (Rosalie O'Connor, courtesy SAB)
Do you have a "Strictly Ballet"–sized hole in your heart? Good news: The upcoming docuseries "On Pointe" just might fill it.
The School of American Ballet is teaming up with Imagine Documentaries and DCTV for the project. Though it's not yet clear where "On Pointe" will air, we do know that it'll follow talented SAB students preparing for professional ballet careers—much as Teen Vogue's popular "Strictly Ballet" web series did back in the day. But "On Pointe" marks the first time documentary filmmakers have been allowed access to the school, and it sounds like it'll paint an even more complete picture of the dancers' lives inside and outside the studio.
Choreographer Bob Fosse's signature style—with its jazz hands, inverted knees, and slouched shoulders—is still a huge influence in the dance world (and, thanks to the gloriously dancyFX series "Fosse/Verdon," the TV world). But while you know to expect plenty of Fosse-isms during a stage performance of Chicago or Sweet Charity, Fosse's legacy has also seeped into pop music culture, inspiring the likes of Beyoncé and Lady Gaga. Here are just six of the many music videos that reference Fosse's iconic works.