Katie Holmes and her Dizzy Feet
Knowing her love of dancing that she willingly passes on to her daughter Suri, Katie Holmes teamed up with So you Think You Can Dance producer Nigel Lythgoe, director Adam Shankman, and show judge Carrie Ann Inaba to launch a dance scholarship called the Dizzy Feet Foundation.
The nonprofit organization is created to raise level of dance and improve, expand and support dance education nationwide. It will also provide scholarships and assistance to talented underserved youth to help them realize their dreams of becoming professional dancers, the foundation’s press release reads.
As it was revealed earlier, Katie Holmes will have a special guest appearance on SYTYCD on July 23 introducing the Foundation with her recreation of Judy Garland’s ‘Get Happy’ from Summer Stock musical (1950).
Excited to see Katie dance. You?
I think it’s important for children to experience music and dance,” Katie Holmes said. “Every child should have the opportunity to discover what it is they like and have access to the very best in that pursuit.”
The Dizzy Feet Foundation has already gained support of such big names as Jennifer Lopez, Paula Abdul, Miley Cyrus, and others.
Good luck, Katie!
- katie holmes feet
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