Kaelynn Gobert-Harris

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Los Angeles, California
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Kaelynn Gobert-Harris, also known as ‘Kay Kay,’ is a versatile dancer who began her career at the age of five and has gone on to perform to rave reviews in several top TV programs such as ‘The X Factor,’ ‘Glee,’ ‘The Voice,’ Fox’s ‘Empire,’ and MTV’s ‘Video Music Awards’. The extremely talented American dancer who is completely self-taught shot into the spotlight when she and her dance group, ‘8 Flavahz’, came second in the hugely-popular MTV program ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’. The exceptionally talented dancing sensation has won hearts across the country not only for her dancing abilities across multiple genres but also for her stunning appearance.

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Gobert-Harris’s Career

Kaelynn Gobert-Harris is a gifted kid. She began her dancing career at the age of five when she was chosen for the dance squad of ‘The Los Angeles Sparks,’ a professional Los Angeles basketball team that competes in the Western Conference of the Women’s National Basketball Association.

She quickly wowed everyone with her moves and became a regular member of the ‘Los Angeles Sparks dance team, where she danced for four years, laying the groundwork for her dancing career and honing her personal style. Kaelynn was a well-known name on the dance scene by the age of 12 and had received numerous honors and scholarships, including the prestigious ‘Pulse Elite Protégé’ scholarship, which is awarded to very select dancing talent after a nationwide search.

Kay Kay rose to prominence after being selected as a member of the ‘Monsters of Hip Hop’ cast, which allowed her to travel across the nation helping famous choreographers such as Brian Friedman, Dave Scott, Laurie Ann Gibson, Wade Robson, Tyce Diorio, and Tessandra Chavez.

Working with eminent choreographers also provided her with the opportunity to work with mega-dancing stars such as Sade, Fergie, Pharrell, Willow Smith, Usher, Soulja Boy, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Mindless Behavior, Gwen Stefani, Cicely Tyson, Ciara, Diggy Simmons, Jacob Latimore, and Britney Spears.

By this time, Kaelynn Gobert-Harris was already a very well-known dancer; her reputation and resume became even more impressive after she performed in widely popular TV programs like ‘Glee’, ‘X Factor’, MTV’s ‘Video Music Awards’, ‘BET Awards’, ‘The Voice’, as well as films like ‘Rango’ and ‘Ice Age’. Kaelyn has also collaborated on several projects, including music videos, with acts such as Mindless Behavior, Soulja Boy, and Megan and Liz.

She was also a regular on the Disney and Nickelodeon channels, and she appeared in a Macy’s advertisement. She became a sensation after videos of her dance moves went viral on the internet, thanks to her sharp and clean execution of dance moves, creative dance movements, and extremely versatile style.

She has received several accolades, including the ‘Top Ten Child Prodigy’ award from Industry Voice Awards, the ‘Best Dancer’ award from ‘Young Black Starz,’ the ‘National X-strut Baton Champion,’ the ‘Miss Summertime 2008’ title, and the ‘World of Dance’ ‘Youth Choreographer of the Year title.

Her dance crew, ‘8 FLAVAHZ,’ competed in the 2012 version of MTV’s ‘America’s Best Dance Crew,’ wowed audiences every week with entertaining and complex choreography, and successfully reached the final, where it had to settle for second place. The accomplishment was all the more impressive given that the crew was by far the youngest all-female team to ever compete in the tournament.

The all-female ‘8 Flavahz’ dance crew began in Honolulu, Hawaii, and subsequently relocated to Los Angeles, California. Previously, the group ‘Flavahs Crew’ was made up of eight female members of ’24VII,’ a Hawaiian dance school. ‘Flavahs Crew’ had auditioned for Season Six of ‘America’s Greatest Dance Crew,’ but did not make the cut.

Tiara and Tamara Rapp, Camren Bicondova, and Summer Waikiki encountered Jaira Miller, Angel Gibbs, Charlize Glass, and Kaelynn Gobert-Harris at a dance convention in Los Angeles and formed the group ‘Flavahs and Friends’. The eight girls competed in the ‘World of Dance Hawaii’ tournament and finished third. Following the event, the four Hawaiian girls and four LA girls formed the group ‘8 Flavahz,’ which made headlines the following year by placing second in the ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’ competition.

Following her success on MTV’s ‘America’s Best Dance Crew,’ she quickly rose to prominence as a highly sought-after dancer, choreographer, and dance teacher. She became the brand ambassador and spokesperson for a number of apparel and entertainment companies, including ‘Simple Mobile,’ ‘Vlado,’ ‘Boom Phones,’ ‘World of Dance,’ Kohl’s, ‘Monster Headphones,’ ‘Abercrombie,’ ‘Hollister,’ and ‘Instagram’.

Currently, Kaelynn Gobert-Harris travels the globe as a principal dancer for ‘Usher’ tours and stage shows. She also travels extensively for ‘Pulse,’ teaching original and imaginative choreography and meeting a large number of her admirers.

Kaelynn’s Private Affairs

Kaelynn Gobert-Harris was born on November 30, 1995, in Los Angeles, California, to a single mother. She has kept her personal life entirely private, which is unusual for such a public figure. Her parents and relatives are unknown, though she has admitted to being very close to her elder sister.

Her educational history is also unknown, despite the fact that she has been a dancing sensation since the age of five. Kaelynn, a self-confessed Janet Jackson fan, has allegedly never taken a single dance lesson in her life and attributes her prodigious talent to close attention to YouTube videos.

Estimated Net Worth

Kaelynn is one of the wealthiest and most famous dancers. According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Kaelynn Gobert-Harris has a net worth of $5 million.