SYTYCD 6 Profile Spotlight on Kathryn McCormick

Full Name: Kathryn Renée McCormick

Nickname: Kassie (in G.A.), Kat/Kath (in L.A.)

Specialty: Contemporary

Hometown: Augusta, GA

Currently Resides: Burbank, CA

Age: 19

Audition City: Los Angeles, CA

Favorite professional dancer: Katy Spreadbury, Mark Meismer

Professional work: “Fame” Remake 2009.

Other talents/hobbies: Love quotes & verses, spending time with friends/family, being outdoors, love being around little kids!

Looks up to So You Think You Can Dance alumni: Jaimie Goodwin – incredible story, phenomenal technique. Chelsea Traille – so humble, down to earth, hard worker.

Kathryn McCormick has been dancing for 15 years, and competed in dance team competitions during middle school and high school. With her parents’ support, she recently moved to California to pursue a career in dance. McCormick admits that before she performs she gets extremely nervous, but can’t stop dancing once the music starts.

How did it feel on the recent day with the press and photo shoot? “Ready, set, go!” (FOX)

Dance Signature Move:

Moved from Georgia to L.A. last Halloween, so she could start auditioning: “I was scared out of my mind. Who knew that, in a year, this is where I would be My family is just jumping for joy. They’re so excited and proud.” by Korbi Ghosh, Zap2it

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From Fox Dance Profile:

I started dance when I was 3 years old at The Dance Connection, which was a studio owned by my mom. Not too long after she closed her studio to attend college for nursing, I began dancing at Augusta West Dance Studio which was the studio my mom also grew up at. I quit when I was 10, after a year with no dance I decided I couldn’t live without it. I resumed my training at the same studio. My sophomore year of high school I began to take my dancing more seriously, on top of performing/competing with my “home” studio, I began attending a separate school for ballet training.

After high school, at the age of 18, I moved straight to Los Angeles to begin more training and auditioning. I recently worked on a small part in the remake of Fame and I’m now honored to say that I am a part of SYTYCD Season 6. This is only the beginning of my journey and I can’t wait to see what is in store for me on this show and in the future.

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