A commercial dancer - the performers who animate music videos, film and TV - once needed the right connections, the "right" look, and an agency to access coveted jobs seemingly reserved for those deemed most marketable for mainstream audiences. Then the internet happened.
We talked to L.A. dancers who were once deemed nontraditional but are now breaking into the mainstream on video-centric platforms, including ESvid, Instagram and TikTok, to become celebrities in their own right.
Let’s have you meet Amanda LaCount, BFunk, Syncopated Ladies and Chelsie Hill.
Read the full story here: latimes.com/projects/la-social-media-dance-influencer
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16 ene 2020