Armstrong’s dance school technical training and unique flare for urban street dance shaped her into the multi-talented dancer, actress and choreographer she is today. She has appeared on international hit shows such as Top O the Pops, Canadian Idol, BET’s 106 & Park and the MTV Video Music Awards. Armstrong has worked with such celebrities as Rihanna, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Kreesha Turner, Jay-Z, Megan Fox and Missy Elliot. Armstrong’s feature role in the internationally acclaimed documentary Breakin’ In: The Making of a Hip Hop Dancer highlighted her as one of Canada’s rising stars, which led to her acting debut in Save the Last Dance 2. Armstrong is personally dedicated to improving the self-esteem, health and vitality of all people through dance and related movement. Armstrong travels year-round using various platforms to engage, inspire and empower young men and women globally. You can see Armstrong as Michelle, lead actress in the Sundance Film Festival smash hit, How She Move. Currently, Armstrong is a judge and choreographer on Canada's #1 new show, So You Think You Can Dance Canada.