African-American dance developed within African American communities in everyday spaces, rather than in studios or
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Jayme Rae Dailey 21, from Montreal, QC is a contemporary dancer. She has a twin sister so she says it will be weird being without her during the competition, since they generally do everything together. She says she’s got a “spicy flavor” and looks forward to bringing it to the stage. To prepare, she’s been taking as many classes as she can in as many genres as she can. It helps that her dad built her and her sister a studio in the basement.