She appeared on The Next Step alongside Isaac Lupien. He earned his most notable part in the eponymous role of Billy Elliot the Musical on Broadway. She has won the miss fever international senior soloist award.

In 2014, Beyoncé shared a video of the then–12-year-old dancer performing to "Yoncé" on Instagram, along with a simple caption: "WOW!

" But by that point, the hip-hop mini had already performed at the MTV Video Music Awards and on "The Ellen De Generes Show," and won first runner-up with her crew, 8 Flavahz, on "America's Best Dance Crew." And her Queen Bey Insta shout-out wasn't even the pinnacle of her tween career: She earned a spot on The PULSE On Tour as an Elite Protégé for the 2014–2015 season, and performed with Missy Elliott at the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show in 2015.

In this new vid choreographed by Isaac Lupien, the duo dances their way through some pretty heavy stuff. Their acting is spot-on and super believable, all the way up to the gasp-worthy last scene.

"Sorry" is also the perfect soundtrack—its classic Bieber beat and deep lyrics complete the whole production. (Screenshot via You Tube) We could talk all day about how gorgeous the whole vid is (seriously, A lighting, dancing and drama skills), but you should really just watch for yourself below. Some might say Charlize Glass' fame kicked off with a single three-letter word.

And what does made the rest of the world stop and take notice.

After whirlwind seasons as choreographer and producer on both "Dancing with the Stars" and "So You Think You Can Dance," she capped off the year with two Emmy Award nominations—and her first win.

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She is popular from The Next Step, she has a role of Richelle.

The two briefly date, only for her to be forced to break up with Hunter by Amanda, in the hopes of bringing her down.

She and West later develop feelings for each other, but they remain friends.

Dance Magazine caught up with her to find out how she's balancing all of her dance projects. Marzia Memoli may be the Martha Graham Dance Company's newest dancer, but her classical lines and easy grace are already turning heads.