These are some of the top dance influencers we have on social media today. With popular shows like, Dancing with the Stars, Dance Moms, and So You Think You Can Dance, it’s clear that we are a dance nation who loves to learn all the best new moves (and relearn some of the old ones.) Here, we’ve collected 10 of the internet’s brightest and shiniest dance influencers for you to follow. We got TV stars, choreographers, and even a dancing Panda. Be sure to subscribe to our monthly newsletter as well!
She calls herself the ‘Lebanese Princess’. Apart from dancing, you can catch her doing makeup tutorials on YouTube, posting breath-taking photos on Instagram, and tweeting the world by storm. Stunting on a corner near you, this Houston hometown girl is all about the action. Check out her dancing moves right here. CONTACT NOW!
Who says Pandas can’t dance? 🐼 Obviously, people who’ve never seen a dancing Panda before, until now! His Instagram page is full of videos of him rocking out to bangers, and it clearly shows why Panderz is the internet’s favorite panda. (Sorry, “Sneezing Panda”). Panderz has danced on stage with the likes of Kalin and Myles and Hoodie Allen and has appeared in a music video with top recording artists, Dawin and Silento. With over 1 million followers on the Musically app, you can’t go wrong. CONTACT NOW!
Instagram – YouTube – Musical.ly (@panderz)
Michael Love is known for his amazing dancing skills which he compliments with his acting ability that has very quickly drawn him an enormous following. A million followers alone for Musical.ly is a blessing in it of it itself. Michael continues to bless us with hilarious memes on his Instagram and his tweets. On the professional dance circuit, Michael has danced for the late great Prince and is currently dancing with the talented Trevor Jackson. CONTACT NOW!
This 17-year-old phenom from Orange County already has 400,000 subscribers on YouTube alone. Clarissa is known for her online beauty and dance tutorials as well as modeling, blogging, vlogging and acting. She gained fame through her eponymous Instagram account and her YouTube channels Clarissa May, Live on Pointe, and Life With Clarissa May. CONTACT NOW!
Hailing from Northern California, Eric started out as an aspiring rapper who found online success with his lip-sync creations on the app, Musical.ly. He has earned more than 750,000 fans on there. CONTACT NOW!
Instagram – Musical.ly (@e_brzy)
This Ohio native quickly gained over 4 million followers on Vine through her unique dancing and choreography skills (all self-taught). As of today, she currently has 1.5 million Instagram followers and growing. She also starred in a YouTube Red original movie called Dance Camp and you also might’ve seen her on Pitch Perfect 2. Check this YouTube video of her busting out her sick dance moves. CONTACT NOW!
24-year-old Ange-Michael Mboumbo, mostly known as ‘Shaadow Sefiroth’, started dancing in 2009. Electro dance was the first dance style he approached while he was in France, but it was only in 2010 / 2011 that he really started “dancing” HIP HOP. He originally gained a nice following on Vine, and he now has an active Instagram and YouTube account. CONTACT NOW!
She may not have an enormous following, but this Russian dancing queen is one of the most interesting and versatile artists in the jazz and swing world today. She is the most viewed Charleston dancer on the internet, with one of her viral videos having over 7 million views
Ksenia creates choreographies for TV shows and films such as: So You Think You Can Dance ’15 (Rus and Ukr), Ukrain’s Got Talent ’13, and Harbinez TV series film (Rus).
Some of her awards include the 1st award in the Solo Blues dance division at European Swing Dance Championships (Barcelona) and 2nd in Solo Blues division at European Swing Dance Championships (London). CONTACT NOW!
Honorable Mention: Matt Steffanina – Over 6,000,000 million followers combined
Matt started dancing when he was 18 in a small town in Virginia. After a few years of competitive dancing, Matt quickly dived into the mainstream hip-hop industry and started working with likes of artists such as Chris Brown, Jermaine Jackson, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes and much more. Matt has also been on popular shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Bravo TV & various commercials. Currently, Matt teaches weekly hip-hop classes at Millennium Dance Complex and IDA Hollywood in LA. as well as dance conventions and master classes around the world. CONTACT NOW!
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