Maddie Ziegler Fronts Betsey Johnson x Capezio Collab, And She's The Perfect Campaign Star

If there's anything that's more worthy of the "guilty pleasure" title than Lifetime's reality TV show Dance Moms, it's shopping Betsey Johnson's fabulously spunky creations. Coincidentally enough, the two worlds have joined forces for the Betsey Johnson x Capezio collab with Maddie Ziegler starring in the campaign.

The "Chandelier" star is obviously a match made in heaven for the campaign. Capezio, a prominent dance wear brand, conspired with Betsey Johnson to help the designer launch her first dance and activewear brand. The line is full of cheetah print leotards, quirky t-shirts, lace-up spandex shorts, and yes, even a sparkly tutu. If Johnson was a ballerina, I imagine this is what she would wear everyday.

Even if you're not into dance (guilty), the line is still passable as everyday wear. You know how you normally splurge on a pair of Lululemon tights only to wear them to Saturday brunch with your friends? Same deal here. Or, you know, if working out is your thing, you'll probably turn more than a few heads rocking these pieces at the gym.

I wouldn't try to wear the tutu while you're lifting weights, but the great thing about this line is that there appears to be a piece for any type of activity you choose to participate in, whether that be lifting the fork to your face at brunch or going hardcore at Zumba.

Ziegler's shoot is nothing less than you would expect from the Dance Moms prodigy: her leaps and bounds were a given, but it's the pink-streaked hair and major 'tude that really does it for me. I have to applaud Johnson and Capezio for finding such a perfect match to front this campaign.

"I feel [the line] has the perfect mix of performance, princess, and punk," Johnson said in a press release. "It is sure to bring out your inner dancing superstar!”

Just from looking at the pictures, I can already tell it will. Get ready to hit up dance class — you're going to want an excuse to Instagram your new workout clothes.

Killing it.

Images: Capezio (6)