CAMBRIDGE, Md. - A majorette dancing team in Cambridge is getting some national attention.
About Being Motivated Dancing Divas, also known as ABM, has danced their way to possible stardom.
A team that started as a parade marching group turned into the Eastern Shore's number one hip-hop majorette dance team. Now they travel state-to-state competing through different competitions.
The owner taking a leap of faith by opening this dance studio two years ago.
The Dancing Divas are from all over the Eastern Shore. Most of the girls from Cambridge, Easton, Trappe, Greensboro, Chestertown, and Salisbury.
But now, they're catching the attention of a national tv channel. Lifetime reached out to the team after a competition in Atlanta.
The dance show "Bring It" did a Skype interview with them and will call them a week in advance to tell them where they will land next.
But beyond the lights and cameras through this unique experience-- these girls have already gained lessons to last them a life time.
The majorette group is still accepting girls to be a part of their team, ages 6-18.
The Dancing Divas have a GoFundMe page for transportation, hotel accommodations, and costumes. This helps them when that opportunity finally comes to head out for the show.
Here is the link to their GoFundMe page.
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