Dancers from across the world will compete in Netflix's upcoming show Dance 100. The show will premiere on the streaming platform on Friday, March 17, 2023, at 3 am ET/2 am ET.
Based on its description, Dance 100 is an international choreography competition that showcases the best street dances. It will feature head-to-head competition between eight talented choreographers throughout its duration. Dancers from across the world will compete in Netflix's upcoming show Dance 100. The show will premiere on the streaming platform on Friday, March 17, 2023, at 3 am ET/2 am ET.
The first season of the show will be hosted by Ally Love, who is best known for her Peloton empire. The popular Peloton instructor is also the CEO/Founder of Love Squad, a clothing and events brand. Love has a remarkable career and has hosted the Brooklyn Nets in-arena, modelled and served as an Adidas Global Ambassador.
#1. Who is Ally Love? The host of Dance 100
Love was born in Miami, Florida and resided there until she left to pursue her education at Fordham University in New York City. There, she achieved a Bachelor of Fine Arts and earned a minor in Theology. Having previously been a dancer for the New York Knicks, she has a vast range of dance knowledge, encompassing contemporary ballet. After exploring her talent, her life took a radical turn towards performance, and in 2015 she founded the Love Squad community.
Love was born in Miami, Florida and remained there until she attended Fordham University in New York City to study for a Bachelor of Fine Arts and earn a minor in Theology. With her previous experience as a dancer for the New York Knicks, she has a wide range of dance expertise, including contemporary ballet. After delving into her talent, her career shifted entirely towards performance, leading her to create the Love Squad community in 2015. This community was built to empower, motivate, and educate women, and she also created a video series called The Basics of Bossing Up. This series taught viewers how to effectively achieve their goals and create the lives they desire. Her hard work eventually paid off, and she was signed with one of the top agencies in the industry, CAA. With many shows to her name, such as ESPYS and The Warm Up on US Open morning, Ally Love is now renowned in the broadcasting industry.
As a businesswoman, host, motivational speaker, ambassador, and fitness instructor, she has served as a role model for a much younger generation.
In an interview with E News, Ally spoke about Dance 100. She said that since she is also from a "dance background," she was excited to host a series that "focuses on the artistry and skill of the best dancers and choreographers in the world."
She added that the experience of watching the dancers grow and surprise themselves each week was "unparalleled." Ally also said that she is excited for the audience to see the contestants' talent.
#2. The Dance 100 winner will get a cash prize of $100,000
The show, initially featuring eight dancers vying to become the next star, will be a thrilling dance competition in which the winner will be awarded a $100,000 prize. The contestants will be tasked with creating extraordinary routines with the assistance of a group of dancers, Dance 100, who will also be the judges of the competition. The number of dancers will increase with each episode.
In Netflix's official press release, the show is described as follows:
“Each week, the choreographers are tasked with creating and designing mind-blowing dance routines, pulling from a pool of elite dancers known as the Dance 100. The number of dancers will steadily increase every round until the final surviving choreographers will have to craft a massive dance number featuring all 100 dancers.”
"After each performance, the dancers cast their votes to decide who stays in the competition another week and who goes home.”
Keenan Cooks, Rudy Garcia, Brandi Chun, Rex Kline, Akira Armstrong, Celine Edmondson, Max Pham, and Janick Arseneau will feature as choreographers.
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