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dance troupe from 2001 to 2009 She started training in ballet at the Westside Ballet Academy when she was two.
premiered to great ratings as folks tuned in to catch the new show about the dynamics between a fictitious professional basketball team in Los Angeles and their cheerleading squad that brings the spirit and the heat. In her formspring account, Taylour discussed her experience with the world-famous sports dance troupe as well as her reasons for leaving: I’m extremely busy and over committed myself.
I will always acknowledge and recognize that I learned from.
You try new things, you learn what works, what doesn’t, you realize what you really want and you work to get it.
I did it for the time being, tried to stick it through, but I’ve always had my head set on an ultimate goal and when that suffered I decided to make a decision.
VH1 has renewed the scripted series, which delves into the treacherous and tempting world of NBA cheerleading, for a third season.
See video: VH1’s New Reality Star Linda Perry on Finding Raw Talent: ‘I Can Help Them Go to the Next Level’ The series — which follows Ahsha (Taylour Paige), who joins the Los Angeles Devil Girls cheerleading squad — will wrap its second season on Aug. “‘Hit The Floor’ delivered again with fantastic ratings and social media engagement in season two, especially among women,” VH1’s EVP of Original Programming and Production Susan Levison said.