The Virginia Museum of Transportation was full of music and dancing Saturday night.
It was all part of the Dancing with the Valley Stars benefit.
Every year, the community comes together to help raise money for Salvation Army's Turning Point Shelter. Turning Point offers safety from immediate danger and helps adults and children of Intimate Partner and Family Violence cope with the emotional, physical, and financial issues of leaving an abuser.
Our very own Meteorologist Brent Watts was one of this year's "Star" dancers, wowing the crowd with his "signature moves."
For him and his choreographer, Ryan Ramos from Studio 45, spending weeks learning and performing a routine was fun, but tonight was about something bigger.
"Looking at all these people here who came out to support Salvation Army Turning Point has been amazing. Just to know how much money has been raised for that, that's what this is all about," Watts commented.
More than $60,000 was raised at this year's event.
Most Money Raised: Don Halliwell & Choreographer Julie Arthur
People's Choice by Applause: Tommy Strelka and Choreographer Macy Ware
Here's Brent & Ryan's entire routine.