15 Questions for ... Brigette From "Dance Moms Miami"
Want to find out what I'm really like? Read the below interview and tune in on Tuesdays at 9/8c to watch "Dance Moms Miami"!
Q: If I were a dance style, people would definitely call me…
A: “the Brigette” (and there would be nothing like it).
Q: What three adjectives best describe your personality?
A: Outgoing, personable and assertive.
Q: Stress-- how do you handle it?
A: Going to the gym, hard-core cardio and circuit training.
Q: What is your favorite way to unwind and spend some “me time”?
A: A good glass of wine and great company with my bff. (name omitted to potect the innocent) *kidding. I also enjoy crafts when time permits, i.e., scrapbooking, painting, bracelet making, I love all kinds of crafts.
Q: Do you cook? What is your favorite recipe?
A: I try not to cook, I just don’t like it.
Q: What is the best piece of advice you ever received from your parents?
A: That I can do and be anything I want to in life. The sky is the limit.
Q: What is your biggest regret?
A: Probably not going to law school.
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve about other moms in the competitive dance world?
A: Mothers who “judge” boys in dance.
Q: What lessons do you hope to teach your children as they grow up?
A: To be honest and loyal in all relationships of life. Also never be afraid to express affection or say “I Love You.”
Q: What would you prefer for your children after they graduate high school: Broadway or College?
A: Both, and it is possible!
Q: What were you like in high school?
A: Friendly, talkative, out-going, popular, and very involved in all extra-curricular acivities.
Q: What makes you feel sexy?
A: Wearing black and very high heels.
Q: What’s your idea of the perfect ladies’ night out?
A: Dressed to the 9’s with good company, drinks and girl-talk all night!
Q: What is your idea of the perfect “romantic night out”?
A: A bottle of wine, candles and a blanket on the beach. Priceless.
Q: What advice do you have for moms out there who think their child has what it takes to be a dance star?
All mothers seem to feel that their child has what it takes… so my best advice would be to get an opinion from a professional or teacher with years of experience, try different styles and most importantly, listen to your child! Listen to what your child likes and wants to do, not what “you” like and want to do.
Dance Moms Miami airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Lifetime.
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