Kathryn McCormick

Kathryn McCormick

Kathryn McCormick (conceived 7 July 1990) is an American contemporary artist and on-screen character, noted for setting third in the 6th period of the American broadcast move rivalry So You Think You Can Dance, in which she had the most noteworthy arrangement for a lady on the season. She has returned in seasons 7– 13 as one of the show's "all-stars". Furthermore, she put third with kindred So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation competitor, Tate McRae. She assumed a main part in Step Up Revolution (2012), and in the film Dance-Off (2014) inverse Shane Harper.

Kathryn began moving at age three at her mom's studio, Dance Connection, at that point moved to Augusta West Studio, where her mom, Sandra Schmieden, had likewise contemplated. She moved to Los Angeles at 18 years old and handled a non-driving part in the revamp of Fame. McCormick has additionally been included in the Jar of Hearts music video by Christina Perri. She performed on Dancing with the Stars on November 20, 2012 and April 7, 2014. She is highlighted as the female artist in the music video "Dead Inside" by Muse. In 2015, Kathryn and her significant other, Jacob Patrick, discharged their narrative Like Air. Kathryn needed to convey light to the more idealistic side of aggressive move by displaying her mentorship with three of her proteges from Dance Makers INCa The narrative spotlights on McCormick's mentorship for three young ladies as they prepare for DanceMakers Nationals. She keeps on visiting with the move tradition and rivalry Dance Makers I










































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