Dave Scott danced his way “straight outta Compton,” straight to Hollywood and multi-faceted career in dance, choreography and artist development spanning music, film, television, and commercials. Currently, he is working with the high- energy hip-hop group, ‘Mindless Behavior.” Dave has filmed several projects for both film and television including; “So You Think You Can Dance” on FOX, and Bravo’s “Step It Up & Dance”, and “Step Up 3D.” You can also see Dave’s moves on the big screen in the horror thriller “Prom Night” the romantic comedy “Maid of Honor” starring Patrick Dempsey, and the recent release “Dance Flick” with the Wayans Brothers.
No stranger to film successes, Dave’s Disney movie, “Step Up 2 the Streets” grossed over $118 million worldwide. His previous project, Sony Pictures’ “Stomp the Yard”, was #1 two weeks in a row at the box office and grossed over $136 million worldwide. “You Got Served” (2004) won him the 10th Annual Choreography Award for Best Choreography in a feature film, and featured the artist B2K. In addition, Scott was the key ingredient behind the success of B2K, giving them their name, style, hot dance moves, and all-out sex appeal. In just two years, B2K scored two platinum albums and headlined the sold-out tours nationwide.
Scott has molded and shaped the images and careers of many other hot artists, including Tyrese, Marques Houston and the musically renowned Brian McKnight, allowing them to reach new and unexpected heights in their careers. Scott has lent his talents to several commercial campaigns including Chevy and Pantene, the FOX TV success “Bones,” and choreographed dance sequences in 2004’s “Coach Carter” starring Samuel Jackson.
A former classical ballerina and Radio City Rockette from Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada. Currently a correspondent and weekend host of CBS's The Insider, Keltie has interviewed the biggest celebrities in the world including Oprah, Taylor Swift, Pink, Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey, U2, Stevie Wonder, Adam Levine, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, and Gwenyth Paltrow.
She began her broadcasting career hosting an episode of CMT’s Top Twenty Countdown as a promotional campaign to promote The Radio City Christmas Spectacular. She was the In-Arena live host for the New York Knicks and soon after, Keltie became the music host for LiveNation Entertainment. She also served as host of the CW's 'World Dog Awards' with George Lopez, theCW's 'Greatest Holiday Commercial Countdown' and US Weekly’s 2012 Emmy Awards "Live From The Red Carpet". Keltie has appeared as a dance expert on both Bravo’s Millionaire Matchmaker and the live Dancing with the Stars Afterparty, as well as a music expert on ABC’s Duets, and the social media host for ABC Family's Live after-show "Behind the Curtain." She’s also appeared on ABC, BRAVO, OXYGEN, The Talk, and The Huffington Post, and as a mediator for various panels for Vanity Fair. Based on her love of music, Keltie created and produced the web-series "fangirl" for theinsider.com that received over 15 million views in the first 8 months. Her latest web project, hosting "The Insider with Yahoo Update" for Yahoo Celebrity has been viewed by over a billion people. Recently, she made a cameo appearance featured in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No.
Keltie was one of the first bloggers when the rise of new media began, and after 10 years of sharing her life online she has built up a loyal fan base, with thousands of fans across a multitude of major online platforms. Her blog receives over 12 million views a month from a collection of over 3.3 million unique visitors. A self proclaimed “internet junkie” she is always at forefront of trends in social media and pop culture. Keltie is also a budding fashionista with best-dressed mentions in Vogue, Elle, Glamour, Just Jared, US Weekly, The Daily Mail, People Stylewatch and The New York Times.
Christy-Anne Lopez says she remembers hosting her first radio show when she was 10 and started hosting live events since the age of 13. At a young age, this vivacious filipina set her sights on a career in entertainment.
Christy-Anne, a southern California native, is a Cal State Fullerton alumna with an emphasis in broadcast journalism where she was recognized for her energetic presence as a college news anchor, radio host, karaoke jockey, and open mic host. In 2009, she won the Society of Professional Journalist’s ‘Best Reporter Package’ and ‘Best Radio Newscast’ Awards. Her professional career began in Washington DC with FOX’s ‘America’s Most Wanted.’ One of her proudest moments, she says, was when a fugitive that she had profiled in the first segment she ever produced for national television was captured within a week from being aired. Christy-Anne's investigative news background led her back to her passion for entertainment news at E! Network where she began as an intern then hired onto the production team for the award-winning investigative documentary series, “E! Investigates with Laura Ling.” She has produced multiple syndicated bio-documentaries with E! Entertainment Specials and E! True Hollywood Story including Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Ice-T and Coco, Carley Rae Jepsen, and Will & Kate. After that, Christy-Anne proved her fast-paced diligence and passion for entertainment as an associate producer for E! Networks' flagship program, E! News.
As an on-air personality, Christy-Anne has lent her talent to Myx TV, an Asian-American entertainment and lifestyle network. With her quick wit and insightful banter, she was also a co-host for the new media broadcast network Afterbuzz TV, founded by Maria Menounos and Keven Undergaro. She has covered red carpets, interviewed and worked with celebrities such as Nicki Minaj, Kelly Rowland, Perez Hilton, Demi Lovato, Carley Rae Jepsen, and Carrie Ann Inaba. Christy-Anne nows travels on a national tour hosting live dance productions with Kids Artistic Revue.
With her extensive professional experience, she currently serves as one of the producers for the Industry Dance Awards. But when this fun-loving gal isn't busy with production, Christy-Anne enjoys traveling, dancing, having fun in the sun, and making people laugh.
Lauren Brianna Chavez Lauren Brianna Chavez is an actress, singer, dancer from Los Angeles-California. Lauren began her career as a competition dancer at the age of 5 and began her professional career at the age of 8. She has appeared in numerous commercials, music videos and television shows. Lauren was a member of Warner Bros/Randy Jackson's music group The JammXKids and she was also a member of the recent Nick Cannon & Nickelodeon's girl group; The School Gyrls. She has performed all of the United States, Canada & Japan.
Lauren most recently appeared in the movies "The Wonder Girls" & "A Very School Gyrls Holla Day" on TeenNick & Nickelodeon. Lauren is now working on her solo music and acting career.