The Dirt with Lexy Hulme

by Will Hart/NBC Universal

Lexy Hulme is living the commercial dancer’s dream. Since studying at the Ailey/Fordham BFA Program in NYC, she’s been a member of the Dallas Mavericks Dancers, tangoed alongside Gwyneth Paltrow on “Glee,” performed in several feature films, toured with Glee Live! In Concert! and been featured in music videos for the likes of Sean Ono Lennon and Ultraviolet Sound. Soon, she’ll be tearing up the small screen as a regular dancer on Season 2 of “Smash.” Want to know more about this dark-haired beauty? Read on for The Dirt.

If you could dance with any performer, past or present, who would it be? Charlie Chaplin

Strangest thing in your dance bag: My entire red lipstick collection lives in there…

Must see T.V. show: "SMASH"

Biggest guilty pleasure: Cookie sandwich from Babycakes NYC (not-so-guilty pleasure)

Favorite food: Vegetable Bibimbap

Something most people don’t know about you: I’m related to P.T. Barnum from the Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus!!!

Favorite city in the world: Paris

If you weren’t a performer, what would you be? Writer + Director

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Making art, movies & magic with the ones I love

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