she just discourage people who dnt know how to dance..thats rude....her dance style for me is like old skol 90s....i dnt like that style..ita okay for a girly gay thing...but i prefer yannis marshall this style of dancing....though jabba and kinjaz are GOAT.....bcoz they teach classes for beginners to advanced..they didnt discourage u even you have no skills...by the way ISO dance style is hard..take that Tony Tran......
3:54 Interviewer (to assistants): You guys moved to LA to be dancers?
Person 2 and 3: Yeah.
Person 3: Because what else is there?
Ok...that got me. The passion to follow your dreams, whatever they are, is summed up in that simple statement. You go, girl. Get your piece.
I'm watching this 2 years post production and it's so cool to go back and check out some of my favorite dancers who were just babies a few years ago. They look "all grown up" now like Jade, Kaycee & Sean #Seaycee 💕😁 If Miranda's comments were discouraging to you, just hop on over to Matt Stefanina's page!! He's had zero formal dance training (or at least when he started dancing in his garage watching YouTube videos) & now he's one of the best celeb choreographers on the planet!
..Yes the interviewer what an Ass...We all have to realize that a lot of people out there just don't see dance as we do!! And what did he say..." European Avant-garde" We don't think that of you.... truly we don't think about you at all. And with Tricia M attitude. When you worked in this industry for as long as she has you have to keep your guard up at all time this is a cut throat business. It's Entertainment " 1 moment your in and....
She choreographed for Beyonce..very few of beyonces dance routines are original. So she also may just be a hack. Anybody can dance tf and I've seen her YouTube she literally does the same dance to different songs. So if you love dance don't follow this chick follow an actual dancer.
E Alex Oh, please. She was not even rude. That interviewer came off more inadvertently rude because of how his tone of voice was underlying condescending with every question he asked. Think before you speak. Asshole.
why would u need makeup and good looking clothes to dance? its about the hard work and the talent, when u dance you should not be thinking about those things at all. Fine grown up people but young girls? that is just fucked up to say that. when they grow older yes then the makeup and clothes might be a thing to fix but that is just for a gig! And if u fucking love to dance dont let anyone say that u cant!! thats just mean! cant belive she said that!
Mikaela Archon yeah i know that but it was just the way she said it.. When i was dancing no one showed their bodys and now its short tops and showing ass when u dance. No smiling couse aperantly u need to look sexy all the time. The most slutty dancer Wins and all the adults that dancers there need to be role models for the younger kids. If my dance teacher would have me dancing like I was having sex i would run away! The only one i have seen that are keeping clothes on and a smile on is kaccy (dont know how to spell her name) she is the only one that i can se loves to dance and has fun.
I believe that you can honestly do anything you put your 100% into. Whether it be dance, sports, etc. But the journey getting there is extremely hard and consuming on time, resources, & whatnot. Especially in dance these days, the industry is an EXTREMELY competitive scene. Everybody wants to make it, and what makes you stand out from others? I think she was just implying that she didn't want her friends to go through so much just to be rewarded with nothing. But then again, if you really wanted to achieve something, you wouldn't let anyone's opinion change your goal.
Probably in L.A beauty and a nice body open more doors. Im so sad to hear it. because talent should come first. Anyway i love to dance but better still working and studying to make life better. Otherwise my future will be a dancing
without a song LOL.
I think the editing is misleading.... I’m sure she said a lot of great things but we aren’t able to see it all only what they put in the 5:39 video. As far as the head shots, hair and make up she’s just stating the truth. People are casted by their looks unfortunately. But I’m sure there are those who look at talent first.
Let me add before people get stupid. I don't care if white people or any race enjoys or make a living off of black culture and creation . It's just fucked up that blacks who creates never get tthe credit nor the shine . Once whites appropriate its a done deal ...black people totally no longer relevant or able to make a dime. Just fact . Don't hate me for truth
Wow white people taking over everything we do. Im very disappointed in Beyonce not giving black choreographers a chance. Cause I know many waay better then chic can't get work. Sad ..black people can't even dominate our own creations ever. Always stolen
Mikaela Archon I didn't say there were not choreographers of other races. I know that . That's the problem plenty black choreos can't get work but in the clubs.they create the dances lik most all black CULTURE. We create then others profit off of it. Anyone could copy
I wish instead of discouraging people from pursuing dance Tricia would encourage them but be realistic. She should tell them that they are going to need to put in 10x or 20x as much time and effort into dancing to be competitive in the field and that even still they might not make it, but she'll help them any way she can if they try. That way, if the person is truly passionate about dance she could help them achieve something with that extra hard work, or if they don't think it's worth it they can try something else.
Glad she was honest. In LA and in the entertainment industry, looks matter. Its not just being pretty but also standing out. So cool to see her succeeding. I also first saw her from the youtube choreos so keep moving on up Tricia
I'm not feeling this interview. I do think dance is half talent and half practice. You can get better at it esp if you start from an young age. She says her classes are all positive but why do i feel like shes giving negative vibes? no just no shes killing dreams here. talented dancer but terrible interview.
LMAOOOO technique < passion. if you fucking love dancing, yet you have no typical knowledge, you just gotta learn? I haven't taken any classes and I'm slowly moving myself up. yeah I'm still insecure but I _LOVE_ dancing & I'm pushing myself to learn. lol 'looks'? fuck, if she thinks its all about that....yikes
Y'all taking her words in the wrong context. She's being straight-up, looks are everything. In Korea, you give in resumes for jobs with headshots. And honestly, have you ever seen any ugly famous dancers? All of them have amazing wardrobes, gorgeous features and most of all they can dance their ass off. It is cutthroat. Staying in la la land thinking wishes and dreams come true on a prayer doesn't help. You have to work yourself to the bone and get your name out there.
Wow! Im glad i bump into this video, now I know who she really is and what she advocates. That kid BaBoy got featured on Ellen who encourages people, despite of who they are or where they came from to just dance themselves out. Oh hey, Ellen is not a very good dancer herself but she dances her heart out and she loves it. I maybe just one person but Im not gonna support Tricia Miranda anymore. One day, lady, your looks will fade.
Love her choreo, but after watching this it sucks that you just have to have a pretty face according to Tricia. Apparently it doesn't matter how talented you are if you can't get good head shots...everyone she's taught seems amazing so I hope they don't hear this.
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