Let's Dance (Nikki Webster song)

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"Let's Dance"
Single by Nikki Webster
from the album Let's Dance
Released June 2004
Format CD single
Genre Pop
Dance
Length 3:58
Label BMG
Writer(s) Delta Goodrem
Mark Holden
Axel Breitung
Producer(s) Chong Lim
Nikki Webster singles chronology
"Dancing in the Street"
(2003)
"Let's Dance"
(2004)
"Devilicious"
(2009)

"Let's Dance" is a song by Nikki Webster, released as the second single from her third album Let's Dance, released in 2004. It was written by Delta Goodrem, Mark Holden and Axel Breitung. It peaked at #37 on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart June 2004.[citation needed]

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Let's Dance" was directed by Paul Varolo and filmed at The McDonald College. It shows children following an arrow to 'Nikki Webster "Let's Dance" Audition' and rehearsing the dance routine with Webster. For the last 50 seconds of the video, a smaller group of dancers perform the routine in costume. A Current Affair ran a story and interview about Nikki shooting her new music video.

When Webster appeared on Video Hits (Australian TV series) to promote the single, she taught the dance to host Axle Whitehead, and on So Fresh to hosts Elysia Pratt and David Whitehill.

Live performances[edit]

Webster performed "Let's Dance" at the Australia Day Eve concert in Canberra, more than four months before the single's release. The performance is included on The Best of Nikki Webster DVD.

Webster also performed the song on Good Morning Australia on June 9, 2004.

Track listing[edit]

  • "Let's Dance" — 3:58
  • "Let's Dance" (karaoke mix) — 3:58
  • "Let's Dance" (video) — 3:58

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 37
Australasian Singles Chart 12

References[edit]