Twisted Stars 2019-2020 Application
Twisted Choreography is excited to Introduce Twisted Stars - A hand- selected group of the best performers from around the world. Twisted Stars are chosen because they stand out. They are cheerleading’s most talented dancers. They exude confidence and light up when the music comes on. Twisted and GK will be honoring the athletes who give us life, who inspire those around them and make allstar cheerleading more fun to watch.

There are two ways to become a Twisted Star.

You can submit a video of you performing a short cheer dance. To submit online, please fill out this form and attach your video. The video must be at least 30 seconds minimum and 60 seconds maximum. It may include clips of several different dances or one dance. At least two eight counts must be of the dancer by themselves. The dance can be choreographed by you or someone else. We are looking for high-energy, all-star cheerleading dancers who stand out. Most importantly, make it fun!

Twisted Choreographers will hand select standout dancers from their Twisted choreography camps this summer. At the end of each camp, the Twisted Choreographer will nominate an athlete from the program who stood out for the personality, work ethic and dancing ability.

All nominees and submissions will be reviewed by Luke Johnson, EVP of Twisted Choreography and GK All Star, who will then make the final selections.

Twisted Choreography will invite each of the chosen dancers to attend an exclusive camp in 2020 to learn from Luke and the Twisted Choreography staff.

We’re creating a new legacy and bringing the sport back to its roots. Join the movement.

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