The former Strictly Come Dancing professional, who left the BBC show last year in order to pursue a stage career, took to her Instagram page to give her 78,000 followers a glimpse of her pert bottom as she strutted her stuff down a corridor with her back to the camera.
The 34-year-old dancer flashed her well-defined pins as she walked in a black leotard and baggy hoodie which had the musical’s logo on the back.
Joanne began the video by pointing her foot to the floor in a dance position before she held her hands on her hips and proceeded with a sexy walk.
The dance expert completed her look with a pair of knee-high boots and she wore her blonde tresses in a wavy style.
Many of Joanne’s social media fans praised the star’s saucy video.
“Stunning! Best butt in the world,” one user quipped.
A second penned: “Best bum I have ever seen perfect in every way.”
“You are amazing,” a third commented followed by a heart emoji.
Joanne captioned the picture with: “Off we go! #flashdance.”
The professional dancer, who won Strictly with Ore Oduba, 32, in 2016, previously described her role in Flashdance as “challenging”.
“I’m basically dancing in my knickers on stage in front of thousands of people and getting buckets of water thrown all over me every night,” she told Lancashire Telegraph.
“It’s my worst nightmare really,” she joked. “It is a very sexy role and that was one of the challenges for me.”
Joanne also claimed she used to be get “embarrassed” when she wore a bikini on the beach and didn’t consider herself the “sexy one” during her time on Strictly Come Dancing.
She added: “I even get embarrassed on a beach in a bikini, I like to be covered up all the time.
“On Strictly I wasn’t exactly the sexy one; among the professionals everybody has a role – you have sexy one, the glamorous one, the erotic one, the Amazonian woman one. I was told I was the relatable one!”
The dancer, who participated on the show alongside her brother Kevin Clifton, 35, and his wife Karen, 35, described her Strictly Come Dancing experience as “the time of her life”.
Speaking shortly after she exited, she told OK! magazine: “From all the pros to the celebs to behind the scenes, I had the time of my life and working with brother and sister-in-law as well.
“It was a tough decision but I have always wanted to do musical theatre all my life so I thought may as well do it now.”