Amanda Cleghorn is a world-class dancer, performer, teacher, and choreographer. Most notably, Amanda finished as the lead female and first runner-up on So You Think You Can Dance Canada Season 3 and moved to Los Angeles to launch her professional dance career. She has since performed on numerous television shows, feature films, world tours, music videos, commercials, and award shows. Amanda danced on Taylor Swift's RED world tour and has performed on the Grammy's, Billboards, NBC's Macy's July 4th Special, the CMT Awards, the Emmy Awards, American Music Awards and the Brit Awards. Some of the music videos Amanda worked on include, but are not limited to; Taylor Swift's 22, Red and Shake It Off, Halsey's You Should Be Sad, and Higher Love by Kygo Featuring Whitney Houston. Her credits include performing as a featured dancer in Julie and The Phantoms, Schmigadoon Season 1 and 2, The Masked Singer, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Camp Rock 2 and most recently, the Apple TV feature film Spirited starring Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, and Octavia Spencer. Amanda was a featured dancer on the hit TV show Lip Sync Battle, dancing with celebrities such as Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, Ricky Martin, Normani, Channing Tatum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Holland, Zendaya, and many more. Some of her latest performances were on Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist, Locke & Key, Lucifer, Drunk History, Dancing with the Stars, Glee, XFactor, and Christmas Chronicles 2, as well as an acting role on the hit CW television show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Amanda has also performed with popular artists such as Jessie J, Kelly Clarkson, Wayne Brady, The Jacksons and Chloe Bailey. Amanda is the creator and director of Amanda Cleghorn Creative (ACC), a one-on-one exclusive program for aspiring professional dancers who are seeking further advice to reach their goals and take their careers to the next level. The entertainment industry is where she belongs; her knowledge, versatility, and love for all forms of art is second to none. Amanda truly lives for an audience, to perform on stage and in front of the camera.