BJ is one of the most known and respected performers and choreographers in Australia performing with the likes of Natalie Bassingthwaite, Stan Walker, Fergie (Black Eyed Peas), Jessica Mauboy, Zoe Badwi and Maxine Nightingale.
Carly's love of dance started at Patricia Stevens Dance Studio at St Clair when she was a little girl, before moving onto Brent Street at age seven. In 2007 she entered a full-time performing arts course where she trained in jazz, hip-hop, tap, ballet and contemporary.
Hilton Denis has been performing since a young age and is a versatile and respected dancer. He studied many styles of dance at Brent Street Studios and through the Talent Development High School including Jazz, Tap, funk, classical, hip hop, acrobatics, singing and acting.
Renee Ritchie has been dancing for many years starting her dance training in Tasmania at at the age of 5. In 2007 at age 17 she made the big move to Sydney to pursue her dance career studying full-time at Brent Street Dance Studios. Since graduating, Renee has assisted choreographer Aletta Blackburn on series 1 of SYTYCD Australia and featured on one of the episodes of Australia's Next Top Model 2008.
From 2001 – 2006 Patric Kuo studied ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, acrobatics, singing and musical theatre at Brent Street Studios. He started hip hop in 2007 and between 2007 and 2009 performed with Urban Dance Project, JTown and Nufirm before forming his own crew, Too Much Bun in 2009.
Charles graduated from Brent Street School of Performing Arts in 2008. He then successfully auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance Season 2 and later went on to become 2009's Runner-Up and favourite male dancer for the season.
Born and raised in the Bronx, New York City, Will started Breakdancing in 1995 under the guidance of the legendary bboy “Crazylegz” from the world renowned Rocksteadycrew. Two years later illwill was introduced to Julio Santiago, founder of the USA breakdancers and for the next decade had the opportunity to travel the world, perform in a Broadway musical and appear in numerous movies, music videos and television shows.
Keiynan Lonsdale is an actor, singer, dancer, songwriter and now TV presenter, he has just been announced as the male face of MTV Australia, as their full time VJ.