2014 Dance Spirit Cover Model Search Finalists

Congratulations to Dance Spirit's 2014 Cover Model Search finalists: Alyssa Allen, Sarah Pippin and Christina Ricucci! One of them will win a spot on Dance Spirit’s October 2014 cover. Check out each girl's bio and photos below, and watch their solo videos. Then, go behind the scenes to see the finalists in action at Broadway Dance Center and on set with photographer Erin Baiano. To read more about each finalist, get your hands on a copy of the July/August issue. You only get one chance to vote for your favorite—make it count!


Alyssa Allen video | bio

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Sarah Pippin video | bio

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Christina Ricucci video | bio

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Behind the Scenes with the Finalists

Alyssa, Sarah and Christina spent three days in NYC with the Dance Spirit editors. They did some Big Apple sightseeing, took classes at Broadway Dance Center, saw Cinderella on Broadway and had a photo shoot with dance photographer Erin Baiano.


Voting is now closed. Look for the winner on the October cover of Dance Spirit!

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