Valentines From Your Favorite Dance Heartthrobs

Whether you're flying solo or in a relationship, these nine supremely talented—and, ahem, hunky—male dancers wanted you to know they'll be thinking of you this Valentine's Day. Gift these for Galentine's Day or just consider them a gift from us to you. (You're welcome.)

Alex Wong (and his abs) wish you a fantastic day.

Photo by Nathan Sayers

Carlos Acosta may be retired from The Royal Ballet, but he still wants to dance with you.

Photo by Kristie Kahns

Master choreographer Hofesh Shechter has offered to share his craft.

Photo by Lucas Chilczuk

Tony Yazbeck, here in costume for On the Town, took a short break from Finding Neverland to say hi.

Photo by Nathan Sayers

American Ballet Theatre corps dancer Sterling Baca is looking for a partner on the dance floor.

Photo by Nathan Sayers

New York City Ballet principal (and our February cover star) Amar Ramasar might have some free time to rehearse.

Photo by Jayme Thornton

Downtown dancers Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener know how to play it cool.

Photo by Jayme Thornton

New York City Ballet's Justin Peck thinks that you could be The Most Incredible Thing.

Photo by Jayme Thornton.

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