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Showstopper Magazine is your source for exclusive content on today's most talked about dancers! It features major influencers in the dance community and the latest dance news, fashion trends, and life-changing advice.

Showstopper Magazine was created as a way to bring together dancers from many different backgrounds and life experiences to tell their stories, share their passion for dance, and inspire others to do the same.

AN EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK from Showstopper's Summer 2018 issue!

Ashley Everett scored everyone's dream job nearly a decade ago when she auditioned to dance for Beyoncé. Since then, she has become Beyoncé's longest standing dancer on her team and her dance captain! Showstopper spent the day with Ashely and got the inside scoop on what a typical day is like for her, the challenges she's faced, and what it's like dancing for Beyoncé.

"When I auditioned for Beyoncé I had no agent; I was training at Alvin Ailey at the time. I just went to an open call with a massive amount of people in New York. People were coming from everywhere, trained or not. They asked if I wanted to do a music video and I was like 'YES'—I had to fly to LA and miss school but of course it was worth it. The video turned into multiple videos, those turned into a tour, and a tour turned into this. 10 years later and here we are!"

Read Ashley Everett's full article on her experiences as Beyoncé's dance captain and more incredible content in the newest issue of Showstopper Magazine! Can't wait any longer? Head to Showstopper VIP to read daily articles and watch exclusive videos on other major influencers in the dance community.

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