Jenna Dewan Tatum Danced with Travis Wall, and It Was Glorious

It's been almost 10 years since Step Up first introduced us to Jenna Dewan—and introduced Jenna to now-hubby Channing Tatum. Basically, the pair fell in love dancing on set, which is the most romantical of all romantical things.

So...

...much...

...love.

But while Channing's moves have been on display pretty much nonstop since then (AHEM), we haven't had more than the occasional post-Step Up glimpse of Jenna's dancing skills.

Well, she's still got it, guys. And she proved just how much she's still got it at the Dizzy Feet Foundation Celebration of Dance Gala on Saturday night.

Mind you, this gala was a Nigel Lythgoe production, so it wasn't hurting for dance stars. Everybody from Joffrey Ballet's Fabrice Calmels to the Academy of Villains to Adam Shankman took the stage in support of the DFF.

But Jenna's duet with (of course) Travis Wall was an indisputable highlight. They danced to Ed Sheeran's "Make It Rain"—and by "danced," I don't mean "Travis carted Jenna around the stage for a while." I mean they did serious choreo.

Not messing around. (screenshot via USA Today)

Enjoy a clip of the goodness below...and then pray to the dance gods that Channing and Jenna reenact the duet at next year's DFF gala. (Maybe? Please? We can dream.)

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