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Fans are hoping that they will become engaged soon.The Topeka, Kansas, native has had quite an amazing career jumpstart thanks in part to as part of the show’s dance troupe for the past two seasons.She joined the cast when she was just 18 years old.She advanced to the top six before getting cut on the Aug. Since she made it to the top 10 in her season, Erbert was asked to be a part of a 42-city Top 10 finalists will make their way across North America, performing in a mix of theaters and arenas as part of the So You Think You Can Dance Tour 2013, sponsored by BLOCH, an international leader in dance wear.His unique blend of fluid acrobatics and robotically precise popping and locking is the visual equivalent of a DJ remixing songs on the fly. “I’ve done martial arts almost as long as I’ve been dancing, but I never really thought about my style until ‘So You Think You Can Dance.’ A friend of mine said, ‘You know, when you’re dancing it looks like you’re fighting sometimes.'” Freestyle battles are a longstanding tradition in hip-hop and breakdancing, so it made sense that Stegall’s dance rival at school, Deytral “Kidd Stylez” Eaviance Fletcher, soon became his partner as they paired up to perform on the Vegas strip for tips.
Fortunately, his visceral connection to music and his improvisational skills gave him a leg up on the more classically trained dancers.
Erbert began dancing soon after she learned to walk. She was also a beauty pageant star, coming in second place for Miss Kansas in the Miss Teen USA pageant 2013.
As a recent high school graduate (she attended Washburn Rural High School in Topeka), Erbert tried out for .
“I’m honestly very lucky to have gotten the jobs I’ve gotten at such a young age.
I’m pretty much living my dream,” Erbert told CJ Online last year.