Graceful couple’s ice dance is magical – and so beautifully filmed

Olympic Silver and Bronze Medalists Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue perform a touching show routine at ‘An Evening with Champions’ 50th annual show. They do their routine to an emotional song titled, ‘Once I Was Loved’ by Melody Gardot.

An Evening with Champions’ is a public, non-benefit noble cause show devoted to battling malignant growth by raising cash for ‘The Jimmy Fund,’ which is the fundraising arm of the ‘Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.’

Established at Harvard in 1970, An Evening with Champions presents a yearly elite figure skating display. It has included public and Olympic talents like Nathan Chen, Michelle Kwan, Yuna Kim, and Evan Lysacek.

The exquisite Madison wears a short flower sundress, and Zachary wears a basic white shirt and dark jeans. Their incredible routine is brilliantly arranged to catch the sentiment of the song.

Zachary lifts her over his head and twists her as he skates across the ice. The crowd applauds them, and the spotlight follows them as they dance on skates in perfect coordination. The remainder of the ice is enlightened in a profound purple tone.

At a certain point, Madison moves across Zachary’s back and moves off as he keeps on skating. Their developments are smooth and beautifully fitting to the song. Madison folds both her arms over Zachary’s neck, and they turn along with her hanging outstretched from his body.

Then, at that point, Zachary lifts her as far as possible hanging out there. They end kneeling down in a hug for their last posture. It is an impeccable exhibition by two astonishing skaters. The crowd is in wonder and rewards the couple with booming commendation for their talent and noble cause.

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Graceful couple’s ice dance is magical – and so beautifully filmed
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