Gabrielle Union just posted a brand new video of herself on Instagram and already the clip has reached nearly 2 million plays in less than 24 hours. The 47-year-old actress can be seen wearing shiny blue workout apparel inside what appears to be her garage. The video starts with a rather attractive view of Union’s backside while she’s in “downward dog” and proceeds to take a comical turn when she starts dancing to “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” by C+C Music Factory.
The “Sleepless” actress captioned the post saying:
“On my original Aunt Viv ish for cardio today ????????? Every-body dance now!!”
Fans thought the video was an epic recreation of an iconic movie scene that featured the famous song.
‘YESSSSS epic TV moment one my hands down favorites I do that dance several times a year ?” – gabrielle_dennis (Commentator)
Union is looking super fine in her video, and it comes not long after Union had posted a video of her husband sporting some tight abs and an epic hair cut.
Speculation has been going around as well about whether Union and her hubby Dwayne Wade are planning to have another child. The fit mommy has recently shared on Katie Lowes’ Katie’s Crib podcast that she had difficulty conceiving even with the help of IFV treatment, but managed to progress on her “fertility journey” after being properly diagnosed for something Union says many other doctors didn’t notice.
When asked what she was referring to, her response was actually quite interesting to fans since it would seem the issue was simple but still significant.
“I went undiagnosed through multiple rounds of IVF with different leading doctors in the field around the country,” she told Lowes. “Not until the last doctor, Dr. Kelly Baek in California. That first ultrasound, she was like, ‘Oh, so, you have Adenomyosis.”
“Adenomyosis” is directly related to the lining of a woman’s tissue that usually lines the uterus starts growing into the muscular walls of the uterus, essentially creating intense muscle spasms and far greater bleeding during monthly cycles.
“I would’ve never probably known had I not been on this fertility journey,” Union said.
Although Gabrielle never revealed it until writing her book that she went through eight miscarriages and using IFV’s never worked for her. Much of this was directly because the Adenomyosis she had was badly affecting her ability to conceive.
“”For so many women, and not just women in the spotlight, people feel very entitled to know, ‘Do you want kids?'” she once told People. “A lot of people, especially people that have fertility issues, just say ‘no’ because that’s a lot easier than being honest about whatever is actually going on. People mean so well, but they have no idea the harm or frustration it can cause.”