What Happened To Sabrina Bryan From 'The Cheetah Girls'? The Former Dancer Stuck To Her Performance Roots
Sometimes there's nothing more fun than revisiting old memories of your favorite TV shows and characters. ABC Family understands this and that's why they've created a new TV special to say goodbye to 2014 called "That's So Throwback" which features Disney Channel classic series' episodes and original movies such as the truly iconic The Cheetah Girls film which became a phenomenon of sequels and a successful band formed by members of the main cast. While Raven-Symone started as a child actor and went on to become a big star and earned praise for the way she revealed her sexual orientation, I always wonder about the three other girls in the cast. I know that they became the real-life version of the The Cheetah Girls (or TCG), and two of them, Kiely Williams and Adrienne Bailon were originally in the girl group 3LW, (remember their big hit "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)"? I sure do). But what happened to Cheetah Girl Sabrina Bryan? The quadruple threat star definitely forged her own path in the entertainment industry.
After the success of The Cheetah Girls, Bailon, Williams and Bryan took the TCG show on the road, recording albums and touring as the real-life version of the band from their films. The girls made two other movies as well and finally disbanded in 2009, but vowed to remain friends. Bryan continued to take on acting gigs including voice acting in a few episodes of the animated Disney Channel series Fish Hooks . But Bryan really hit it big when she appeared on Season 5 of Dancing with the Stars where she was paired with Mark Ballas and kicked ass for six weeks until she was eliminated.
Bryan returned to Dancing with the Stars in Season 15 after she won viewers' choice to take the 13th spot for the season. She was partnered with Louis Van Amstel and again did quite well in the competition until she was sent home once again after the sixth week despite getting a perfect score on her performance for that week of competition.
After her first season on Dancing with the Stars, Bryan stayed close to the show as a behind-the-scenes correspondent interviewing different contestants in Season 8, 10, 11 and 12. Bryan did however leave the series after Season 15, and has continued to work as a dancer, choreographer and more. She's still in the spotlight in different ways but just because she's no longer a DWTS dancer or a Cheetah, doesn't mean she's gone. I doubt we've heard the last of Bryan.