Entertainment John Travolta Busts Out His 'Saturday Night Fever' Moves With 50 Cent

17:58  16 may  2018
17:58  16 may  2018 Source:   etonline.com

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Description: Saturday Night Fever is one of those movies that comes along and seems to change the cultural temperature in a flash. John Travolta is the center of the crowd: He's Tony Manero, the best dancer, the best looker, the guy with the most confidence.

Finally, the Saturday Night Fever script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the movie starring John Travolta .. Saturday Night Fever Script. Hi, Tony! Two or three? You look like you're doing two-step. Get your head out of his belt! Oh, Jesus! You can't dance to this shit!

a man smiling for the camera© Antony Jones/Getty Images John Travolta was seen dancing like it was 1977 at a Cannes event on Tuesday.

The 64-year-old actor was sending out some serious Saturday Night Fever vibes on stage during 50 Cent's performance of his 2005 song, "Just a Lil Bit." Travolta's moves included some serious head nodding, side stepping, and shimmying.

The Gotti star can also be seen tipping an imaginary hat and doing a dance move that a lot like a confused shrug.

Wow! @johntravolta joined @50cent @tonyyayo @djchubbychub on stage tonight at #Cannes ! Crazy Night

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