It's an amazing feeling when everything in class just clicks—everyone's dancing full-out, the energy's high and the choreo just flows. It's even more amazing when a camera captures it all, and your favorite #BoySquad's slaying the choreo, AND the class is Tricia Miranda's.
That's exactly what happened the other day at Millennium Dance Complex, where Sean Lew, Gabe De Guzman, Will Simmons, Josh Price and TreVontae Leggins shut. it. down. Lucky for us, Gabe and Will shared the insanely ridiculous results on Instagram. You can't fake this kind of energy—it was some kind of #lit over at MDC. #BoySquad, we bow down to you.
if u did not show up to @1triciamiranda class that night, u missed out on one of the most mind blowing classes ever 💯🙌🏼 the energy in class blew the roof off the place 🔥🔥 love dancing with these insane aliens 👏🏼 @bigwillsimmons @seanlew @officialjoshprice @treydakiddbomb20 #OGBobbyJohnson 😈
A post shared by Gabe De Guzman (@gabedofficial) on Apr 21, 2017 at 1:56pm PDT
So this is what you missed in @1triciamiranda amazing class the other day!!!!!!!🙌🏾😭 The energy in the room was so insane and free!!!!💥🔥 We do this cause we love it!!!❤️ Dancing with my brothers @gabedofficial @seanlew @officialjoshprice 🤙🏾😜#ogbobbyjonhson #bigwillsimmons #dance #freestyle #triciamiranda
A post shared by Will Simmons (@bigwillsimmons) on Apr 21, 2017 at 1:16pm PDT
So after the premiere of the new Center Stage trailer, the dance gods brought us even more amazing news on the TV front: superstar choreographer Tricia Miranda revealed she's teaming up with MTV for what's sure to be a high-energy, super intense new show. We don't know tons of details yet, just what Miranda revealed on Instagram, but we do know that it's going to take place at Millennium Dance Complex, aka the backdrop to all of those incredible viral vids featuring a slew of DS regulars. Hopefully more news will follow, but in the meantime, let's revisit some of Miranda's most awesome moments:
You know Millennium Dance Complex, right? If you're an aspiring commercial dancer, you've likely taken up a semi-permanent residence at the North Hollywood studio-to-the-stars.
But if you're outside the L.A. area, there's a chance you know all about Millennium—the celebrity choreographers! the palpable energy in every studio! the crazy-stylish dancers grooving in every corner!—but haven't been able to make the trip to Cali for a class.
Great news: Soon you'll be able to get the Millennium experience without having to go all the way to Hollywood!
The world-famous studio announced this week that it will be expanding with a nationwide—and eventually worldwide—franchise program. So cool!
Millennium plans to sign agreements for 10 to 15 franchise units this year, which means the U.S. will be nicely stocked with sister studios offering classes in jazz, hip hop, tap, ballet and contemporary, as well as studio rentals and parties.
Fun Fact: Millennium is the dance home to tons of today's top stars who want a little "5, 6, 7, 8" action in their lives. The North Hollywood original location has catered to the likes of Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez, Janet Jackson, Usher, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Pink and Britney Spears. And beyond pop stars, Millennium has also trained Jennifer Love Hewitt, Vanessa Hudgens and Katie Holmes.
We're excited for you, Millennium! Happy growing!