- Ella Cruz did the “Trumpets” dance challenge
- She showcased her trademark sexy hip-hop moves on the dance video
- She posted the video on Facebook and it became viral
Without a doubt, Sak Noel’s “Trumpets” is the newest dance craze in town and Viva Artist Agency (VAA) talent Ella Cruz is the latest local celebrity to take on the “Trumpets” dance challenge.
Other celebrities who did the challenge are Jennylyn Mercado, AlDub (Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza), and Vice Ganda.
On her official Facebook page, Cruz uploaded the video on Sunday, June 19.
The 19-year-old actress-dancer wrote that what she did was a ‘fun’ cover after her master class. She choreographed the dance together with Neri Benitez.
She showcased her trademark sexy hip-hop moves which made her followers dub her as the “Teen Dance Princess”.
The video has garnered almost 400,000 views and over 2,000 shares.
Cruz began her career as a child actress in GMA 7. She played the role of the young Sabina in “Majika” (2006) and the young MariMar in “MariMar” (2007).
She transferred to the Kapamilya Network in 2007 and joined “Goin’ Bulilit” in 2008, and in 2012, she got her big break and became the lead star of the Kapamilya network’s fantasy drama, “Aryana”.
In October last year, Cruz officially joined the roster of talents of Viva Artists Agency (VAA), but she clarified that she’s not leaving ABS-CBN.
For her, it’s a career move to explore other opportunities as an actress and a performer.
Last March, she was featured in American singer Dawin’s latest dance video.
Dawin, who is best known for his 2015 hit song “Dessert”, uploaded the video on his YouTube account on March 2.
According to an article published by ABS-CBN News, the dance video is part of the international singer’s series of videos wherein he has dancers grooving to his latest single, “Throwback.”
Cruz caught the attention of Dawin when she released her dance cover of “Dessert” August last year.
Dawin uploaded her dance video on his Instagram account and wrote: “@itsellacruz from Philippines. thanks for your dance”