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Taylor Sieve on Dance Crushes and Her Celeb Doppelgänger

Pretty much the entire world fell for Taylor Sieve's gorgeously fluid contemporary stylings during Season 14 of "So You Think You Can Dance." By that point, Sieve, who ultimately earned third place on the show, was a familiar face on the competition scene: She'd won several titles, including Senior Female Best Dancer at the 2016 Dance Awards, while a student at Larkin Dance Studio in Maplewood, MN. After her "SYT" run, Sieve performed with Travis Wall's Shaping Sound. She's currently on tour in Europe with the band Muse. Read on for The Dirt!

What performer would you drop everything to go see?

What's your favorite song on your playlist?

Who would play you in a movie?

Who are your dance crushes?

What are your pet peeves?

What's the strangest thing in your dance bag?

Dance-wise, do you have any bad habits?

Do you have any pre-performance habits or superstitions?

What's your dream role?

What was your most embarrassing onstage moment?

What's been the proudest moment of your career so far?

A version of this story appeared in the Summer 2019 issue of Dance Spirit with the title "The Dirt with Taylor Sieve."

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