VIDEO: Bella Thorne Dances On The Runway At NYFW! – Watch Now! @bellathorne

Victoria Justice and Bella Thorne looked absolutely fabulous Thursday night (February 6th) when the two stars walked the runway during Fashion Week in New York City for the American Heart Association and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Go Red For Women/The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection fashion show.

However, while Bella took the runway, she seemed to sure have a good time when she started to show off her dance moves! Looks like a blast! Bella shared the video of her dancing on Instagram and wrote:

“Thank you @BadgleyMischka for letting me wear this beautiful dress…”

Check out some more photos of Bella looking gorgeous in red in the show and be sure to also watch the video below of  Bella dancing on the runway!

Bella Thorne Raises The Roof On Red Dress Collection Runway At NYFW — See All The Pics! @bellathorne

Bella Thorne joined Victoria Justice and over a dozen other famous women to walk the runway on Day One of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at the Theatre at Lincoln Center in New York City on Thursday night (February 6th) for the American Heart Association and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Go Red For Women/The Heart Truth Red Dress Collection fashion show! The event, which aims to make the Red Dress a symbol for heart health and inspire women to take care of themselves and take action, featured the creations of top designers for a great cause.

Bella brought her youthful energy to the runway as she walked — and pulled off some dance moves — in a body-hugging, floor-length Badgley Mischka gown. It looked like Bella and all her fellow fashion-savvy and big-hearted models for the evening had an absolute blast on the runway and off!

Check out all the pics of Bella looking beautiful in the gallery below now and be sure to check out the official website of the American Heart Association for more information about the organization, heart disease, and today’s Go Red Day!

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