With their impromptu performance, talented swing dancers receive a standing ovation.

Dancing has numerous benefits for both physical and mental health. However, we cannot deny that it is also a fun way to win competitions and awards.

When a person is not having a great day, dancing can be an amazing stress-reliever.

Swing Dance is known for being accessible to people of all skill levels and sizes. This is most likely the origin of the “Jack and Jill” swing dance style.

The West Coast Swing “Swingtacular” Invitational is popular for arranging a “Jack and Jill”-style competition where dancers are selected randomly and they also have to perform to 2 songs that are also picked out at random.

Nick King and Victoria Henk attended the 2018 West Coast Swing “Swingtacular” Invitational and surprised everyone with their impromptu swing dancing skills.

As the emcee was still discussing the rules, Nick and Victoria decided to stretch it out on the floor until he decided to start the music while they were still not ready.

Nick and Victoria gracefully danced to Honors’ slow song “Valleys.” Their slick moves were flawless, and it’s difficult to believe it was all improv.

When the slow song ended, Nick almost forgot about the second part, but when Ciara’s “1, 2 Step” started playing, the couple was now back in the groove and they started pulling off some impressive swings again.

Nick and Victoria’s performance earned a standing ovation from their peers and second place in the competition.

Watch Nick and Victoria’s impromptu swing dance performance in the video below.

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With their impromptu performance, talented swing dancers receive a standing ovation.
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