This episode began with Camryn trying to go on a date with her boyfriend. They have been going together for quite some time and only talked to each other through phone and texting (very appropriate). But Camryn’s mom Mimi…had her fears about boys in general…rightfully so. Her baby was growing up and now she hit her teenage years. Despite her fears, Mimi has raised a respectable young lady who appeared
This week’s Dance of the Week is Jordan Nata’e. She starred on Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance Next Generation. Jordan dances as if she begun in her toddler years…but she was ONLY 9 years old!!! Check out her interview where she talked about her hobbies, what she learned since being eliminated the show and why you will never see the last of her.
I came across this beautiful video of an Inspirational Dance performed by Tia Russell Dance Studio of New Haven, Connecticut at their recent dance recital. The dancers were clean and graceful and enough to bring a tear to your eye. The song is “Rise Up” by Andra Day and the girls really RISE to the occasion with their dance.
This week’s Featured Dancer is Jalyn Flowers of The Debbie Allen Dance Academy. This young is only 12 years old and have a dance resume that includes performing for the First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama; have been featured in ads for Capezio and more. Check out her interview.
10 Year Old Pretty Brown Dancer, Athena Andrade, from Rising Stars Dance Academy, wins First Runner Up for her solo performance at the prestigious KAR Dance Competition. Check out the video
Watch Pretty Brown Dancer Ashley Green of South Carolina perform at The Dance Awards in Orlando, FL.
In 2015, Dance Makers Inc. of Atlanta, GA did a beautiful performance to the tunes of the great late Nina Simone’s remake of Abel Meeropol’s classic “Strange Fruit”.
Perfectionist is a weekly series featuring dancers from all over the world. Check out our interview with Destiny Wimpye, a dancer from the famous Debbie Allen Dance Academy
Pretty Brown Dancers have featured many Majorette Team/Dance Lines from both High School and Historically Black Colleges/Universities. McKinley High School Pantherettes Dance Lines have been featured many times on our Instagram page for having perfection in formation.