New Yorkers and Big Apple visitors reunited for a night of holiday entertainment, striking ice skating performances and musical delight this Tuesday evening at Bank of America’s Winter Village in Bryant Park. At the event, guests were able to enjoy a dazzling on-ice show as well as witness the annual tree lighting! Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see the beautiful photos of the night.
Tony Award-winning actor, Alan Cumming, was one of the stars of the show at Bank Of America’s 2018 Winter Village this Tuesday.
Looking elegant in a Christmas-red coat, the X-Men 2 star welcomed fans and attendees to the joyous celebration — cracking a few hilarious dad jokes here and there.
As the ice skaters took their places on the sidelines, Cumming took a seat under a quaint little stage cottage and began to narrate — with the help of a child actress — “The Lights Before Christmas.”
A live band and two singers hummed silky holiday tunes while Olympic and world champion skaters including Johnny Weir, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, Kaetlyn Osmond and Jeremy Abbott swirled around the rink — each in his/her own unique style.
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Cheeky Johnny Weir — dressed in a glittery green catsuit and matching makeup — was, without a doubt, the fan favorite of the night.
If his sassy humor and comical expressions didn’t capture the hearts of the viewers, his flirty dancing and daring skate routine certainly did!
The skate-tacular ended with a bang when a group of stylish skaters dressed in Santa Claus mini dresses took over the rink to show off their marvelous talents.
After the performance, guests participated in a count-down, and in “5, 4, 3, 2, 1,” the Bryant Park tree was lit!
New Yorkers wrapped up the festivities with a complimentary glass of champagne at the park’s lodge. Cheers and happy holidays!
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