CBS premiered its new dance reality show Come Dance With Me on Friday, April 15. We take a look at the show’s judge Tricia Miranda and her stellar choreographic skills.
The new fun reality show pairs 9 to 15-year-old kids with their less agile family members and gives them a chance to bank $100,000 if they win.
Here’s a look at judge Tricia!
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Meet judge Tricia Miranda
Tricia is a choreographer, dancer and actress with several years of experience in the entertainment industry.
She is now one of the judges on Come Dance With Me, alongside Jenna Dewan, Dexter Mayfield and Philip Lawrence.
Her choreography credits include working with the likes of Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears, Beyonce, Will I Am, LL Cool J, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Foxx and also Missy Elliott at the 2015 Super Bowl.
She was also an assistant choreographer to Brian Friedman on America’s Got Talent and to Nappytabs on The X Factor USA.
Tricia didn’t just limit herself to dancing and choreography, she also starred in the 2012 film What To Expect When You’re Expecting, which starred Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez.
Now, Tricia runs her own YouTube channel, which has over a million followers. She often showcases her original choreography to amazing songs like Beyonce’s Video Phone, which is one of our favourites. Many of her videos see her pupils performing her stunning dance moves as well.
Tricia’s YouTube channel shows just how stellar a dancer she is. Her choreographed dance moves are just as graceful as they are powerful.
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A look at the new CBS show Come Dance With Me
The show’s participants are kids between the age of 9 and 15, who take their parents or someone that they look up to and get them to participate in the show alongside them.
The teams on the show will face elimination and compete with each other week after week.
The participants will be attempting styles from ballroom to hip-hop.
The adults competing in the show are rookies who have never had any form of training.
What’s more? The show is executive produced by NCIS: Los Angeles stars Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool.
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