Jenna Dewan Dances Passionately to Justin Bieber's 'Intentions' One Month After Giving Birth
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Accepting Sara Foster's TikTok dance challenge, the 'Step Up' actress flaunts a flat stomach as she shows off her skills just weeks after welcoming her first son with fiance Steve Kazee.

AceShowbiz - Jenna Dewan has just given birth to her second child but it did not stop her from showing off her incredible dancing skills. A little over a month after welcoming a baby boy with fiance Steve Kazee, the "Step Up" star danced passionately to Justin Bieber's "Intentions" in a TikTok video.

Accepting Sara Foster's challenge, the 39-year-old shared the clip on Instagram with a caption that read, "Okay okay okay...I'm here @tiktok!" Wearing a pink loungewear while letting her medium-length brunette hair down, she offered glimpses at her post-pregnancy tummy as she jammed to the beat.

Upon seeing how well Jenna executed the dance moves in the Monday, April 20 video, Sara could not help but praise the ex-wife of Channing Tatum. "I need to understand how a body can move like this. Especially a body that had a baby 4 weeks ago. I will delete myself doing this dance, burn all traces of it and never dance again," she commented. "You are perfection."

Apparently, Sara wasn't the only one left impressed by how well Jenna danced after giving birth. Actress Kate Hudson wrote, "Wait...what?! U had a baby five seconds ago! Amazing." Odette Yustman, in the meantime, chimed in, "Ummmm..... you are a superhuman!!!!" Fellow actress Emmanuelle Chriqui simply exclaimed, "YES!!!! She is back!"

This was not the first time the "Flirty Dancing" host showed off her dancing skills on social media. In late March, she let out a clip of her and Steve doing a Just Dance battle. Over a close-up photo of her looking disappointed, she admitted defeat by writing, "I can't win Just Dance to save my life."

Starting her career in Hollywood as professional dancer, Jenna recently expressed her yearning to dance again. In an Instagram post that saw her dancing in black attire, she wrote, "Missing this today! Dance has always been my emotional release, where i connect the strongest, feel my most sensual, powerful and free. Might have to start tik tok after all."

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