Is Lil Mama Bringing Back 'America's Best Dance Crew'?
Lil Mama added reality star to her fame when she became a judge on America's Best Dance Crew in 2008. The "Lip Gloss" star told OKMagazine.com that she wants to bring the show back at the Growing Up Hip Hop: New York event on Monday, August 19.
Lil Mama, 29, played judge during the first seven seasons of the show alongside Omarion and JC Chasez.
"Oh yeah! Oh yeah," she responded when asked if she wants to bring the show back. "Being a dance expert is not an easy title to like carry, but it is a real thing."
"When I’m talking to those dancers and I can relate first hand, I know the moves that they are doing, I know what’s happening on stage," she continued. "I’m one with the performance… it feels at home for me. It doesn’t feel like just a gig, you know what I mean?"
The "Shawty Get Loose" emcee is part of the GUHH: NY cast alongside her brother Arnstar.
GUHH: NY, where the children and siblings of their famous family members like Ja Rule and Fat Joe hustle to become stars in their own right, premieres on WE TV on Thursday, August 29.
Both siblings attended the event held inside The Paley Center, where Lil Mama could not stop gushing about her baby brother.
"Oh man, he’s super talented," she told OK! "He’s working on his music, his dancing, his dad actually was a part of Rock Steady Dance Crew, and so he’s trying to figure out from close friends in hip hop and that who can help him pretty much remember who his dad was since my brother’s dad passed before he was born. So, it was a pretty tough situation and it’s unfortunate, however, he is one of the most optimistic people not only on the show but just in life."
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