Tricia Miranda is one of the pop music industry’s’ top choreographers. Whether you know it or not, you have likely seen her work on the dance floor moving and shaking. Between helping choreograph the 2015 halftime show at the Super Bowl to creating several famous dance moves in the 2008 Diva video, Tricia Miranda’s success has exploded.
- The first video, with a series of 20-something dancers strutting their stuff to Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda,” was uploaded to YouTube and has gotten more than 27 million views.
- Six, seven … and one and four,” she called out, followed by a succession of boom-tat-tat-tats punctuated by foot stomps. After a feverish routine, she summoned her posse, many in midriff shirts emblazoned with slogans like “Keep It Real,” for a group selfie, which she posted on Instagram.
- Speaking in a hallway outside her rehearsal studio, Ms. Miranda said she was still getting used to her fame. She laughed at first when she received messages on Instagram and Facebook, with pictures of fans parroting her harajuku-chola look. “It’s a little strange for me,” she said.
“Her fame is about to get bigger. Ms. Miranda is starring in a new MTV series, tentatively titled “Going Off,” in which a new young dancer will be crowned at her master class studio in each episode.”