Sophia Lucia

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Sophia Maria Lucia

Gender Female
Age 21
Birthdate September 7, 2002
Nationality American
Hometown San Diego, California
Height 5'7"
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Brown
School Grade High School Class of 2021
College Class of 2025 (Bachelor - University of Arizona)
Professional Information
Profession Choreographer
Dancer
Dance Teacher
Actress
Singer
Model
Psychologist
Entrepreneur
Affiliations Bloc Talent Agency (former)
Clear Talent Group
Unity Dance Ensemble
Paradigm Talent Agency
Dance Studios San Diego Dance Centre (2004-2013)
Abby Lee Dance Company (2013)
RT Dance Academy (2013-2014)
Danceology Performing Arts Campus (2014-2015)
Master Ballet Academy (2015-2016)
Rhythmic Gymnastics School (2016-present)
PAVE School of the Arts (2021-2022)
Dance Lab OC (2022-present)
Adage Dance Center (2022-present)
Titles see below
Friends and Family
Parents Jaclyn Lucia (mother), IFBB Bikini Pro [1]
Michael Lucia (father)
Tiffani King [2]
Rachel Sebastian (her other real Dance Moms)[3][4]
Siblings Vinny Lucia (brother)
Gianna Mojonnier (cousin)
Friends Kalani Hilliker
Amber Hoffman
Camila Schwarz
Hayden Hopkins
Kaycee Rice
Kaeli Ware
Kylie Yamane
Everleigh Soutas
Mackenzie Ziegler
Maddie Ziegler
Autumn Miller
Ambry Mehr
Avery Gay
Pets 2+ cats
Nicknames Soph
Sophie

Sophia Maria Lucia (born on September 7, 2002 in San Diego, California), is an international, established, professional dance teacher, former ballerina, industry dancer and a multi-talented, still national working choreographer, model[5], entrepreneur (startup phase), singer and actress[6], a psychologist (unconfirmed), and a philanthropist with Italian, Irish, German, French and Swedish roots living in Los Angeles, CA.

She is holding the official Guinness Book world record by completing 55 consecutive pirouettes at the San Diego Dance Center in Poway, California, USA on 30 March 2013 at the age of 10.[7][8] - Currently she wants to teach dancing around the world.[9]

As a young dancer and choreographer, she was most recently trained at Master Ballet Academy in Scottsdale, Arizona. She had danced and was trained before by San Diego Dance Centre and Danceology Performing Arts Campus, both owned by her cousins, Kristen Hibbs and Nicole Lucia respectively. So Sophia thinks she was basically born into dance.[10]

She started at San Diego Dance Centre when she was two years old until she was 11 to be one day on Lifetime’s Dance Moms show. She is trained in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Ballroom, and Contemporary. Sophia moved to Scottsdale, Arizona at the age of twelve to train with Master Ballet Academy and later danced with the Phoenix Ballet and Ballet Arizona.

She did commercials, such as, for McDonald's[11], Old Navy[12], Party City and some promos for the Shirley Temple Story and A Nutcracker Christmas movies she was featured.

In 2015, Sophia participated in a YouTube series named "Teen Dance Challenge" (Ep10 Sophia Lucia HD, EP9 Sophia BTS HD) alongside Talia Seitel, Lucy Vallely, Chloe East and Sean Lew. In December, she was announced as the winner by Instagram online voting of the grand prize of a one year scholarship at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York City worth $30,000 USD, including full tuition and housing.

In 2016, Sophia helped her dance partner William Jackson Beckham, a promising young dancer for the Sylvia Company, Japan, 16 at that time, out of competition - because she was under age limits from 15 to 19 (reg 1.2, because under 15 she violates the Bulgarian (EU) child labor laws; it`s death serious pro in Varna) and competitors may participate also with a partner who is not a competitor at all, when they perform a pas-de-deux or contemporary choreography where more than one performer is required (reg 1.7) [13] - at her age of 13 took him home the Gold Medal and the First Class Distinction Diploma in Junior Division [14] (first dance, second dance, third dance, fourth dance, fifth dance) at XXVI. Varna IBC 2016 and were representing the USA. They had trained and rehearsed about 8 months full-time for this event. But being the youngest performing at Varna IBC, she was awarded with a Special Bounty Partnership Award.[15] Afterwards, Soph is considering herself a professional dancer. Jack won also the “Promising Young Dancer” award in Varna. As of 2018, he was promoted to main company at the Tusla Ballet in Oklahoma. [16] Sadly he quited pro ballet dance later; maybe due injuries. To understand, the Varna IBC is considered as the "Olympics of Professional Ballet and Contemporary Dancing", it was the very first professional ballet competition, which is hold every two years since 1964 (2020 was an exception due Coronavirus and lack of sponsorship). About 40 countries send up 150 of their most promising young dancers to the Bulgarian city. The faculty of Varna IBC are members of the best experts around the globe and also known as the toughest judges you can ever get, and because Ballet is an academic field in many countries, a lot have a professorship as well. So the Junior Winners don`t just win a medal, they get strait a First and Second Class Distinction Diploma. It´s like `how to get a college degree summa cum laude within 15 days`. The most prestigious Ballet companies and theaters on the world request the winners become a member in their ensembles, because many winners of the Varna IBC, such as, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Natalia Makarova, Sylvie Guillem, Vladimir Vasiliev, Natalia Bessmertnova, Patrick Dupont, Yassen Valchanov, Vladimir Derevyanko, Farukh Ruzimatov, Alla Mikhalchenko etc, became the world`s best and finest ballet dancers at their times. And to give outsiders a feeling how Ballet is rated. If you ask any pro dancers around the world about their open top 10 list of the best dancers of all time, the structure is always the same: Nine from Ballet plus Michael Jackson.

When the faculty of Varna IBC gave her the Special Bounty Partnership Award, they told her properly how talented she is and how she was unofficially rated, when she had been allowed officially to compete. So the 13 years old ambitious Sophia, who was dragged through the TV shows as World Record Holder when she was ten and had never school class mates in a regular school due homeschooling to keep her grounded, couldn't resist, started bragging and exaggerated the event a little bit and stick in it for years: "... when I won the Gold Medal in Varna ..."(Interview in 2019). And then it got a dynamic by its own, when people framed her words in her resume in Gold as well and distributed it around the world and then suddenly US Ballet Officials knocked on her door and asked her, if she minded to represent the US worldwide abroad as the "Gold Medal winner of Varna". And Sophie took event by event and kept silence about some small details.[17] But since her young success in the Ballet industry, she’s had the honor to perform worldwide representing the USA as a "Gold Medalist".[18] [19]

Sophia and her partner went on and received a Silver Medal with "Path" pas-de-deux in contemporary dance at YAGP nationals in New York City, shortly before Sophia won first place in contemporary dance category and Jackson the Grand Prix round in San Diego, CA.[20] [21][22] [23] After then she made her acting debut in Hallmark’s “A Nutcracker Christmas,” portraying a young ballerina with aspirations to become a prima ballerina (Sneak Peak).[24] During her time filming, she continued to train and dance with the National Ballet of Canada. Maddie Ziegler and JoJo Siwa were attending the premiere after Sophia invited them.

She has earned several National Champion Dance Titles, such as The Dance Awards’s Junior Best Dancer 2014. From a young age, she has been featured in numerous television shows such as ‘Dancing with the Stars and she got the honor to perform on The Finale,’ ‘So You Think You Can Dance (Ukraine),’ - because for SYTYCD USA she had to be at least 18. Age limits were such fun killers in Soph`s career, but on January 2016 Sophia auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation. Her appearance was televised on the show's season premiere without that age limits. She made it past the audition stage, but did not get past the Academy round, as Ruby Castro was chosen over her. She performed also Disney’s hit show Shake it Up, X-Factor, Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and America's Got Talent, plus several talk shows like The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Ricki Lake Show, to name a few. She made her film debut in 2010 as child star icon, Shirley Temple in the Fox Legacy Movie The Shirley Temple Story. That Sophie got chosen was not a fluke, because when she was first time covering Shirley she was two.

Sophia got homeschooled since class one, got her high school diploma and went first to a community college for the next two years, because she was only 16 when she graduated and not ready to live by herself in New York yet, before she has finally transferred to a four-years university, when is was 18. She stated she will majoring in psychology at the New York University (NYU).[25] Ahhh... self-diagnostics. Her high school diploma is just recognized outside California since she graduated college (see also CHSPE) and as to remember the corona quarantine measurements peaked at that time, especially in New York City, which had for sure an effect on her education as well. On March 2023, she said she went actually to the University of Arizona at the age of 18. The graduated as Bachelor with 20. She wanted go to on Master, but she wanted to dance and dropped it. [26] She took classes in psychology.

Soph danced also many times as a philanthropist, such as for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in Jerry Lewis' MDA Telethon, and the former Lily Sarah Grace Foundation, which supported once to establish practicing arts in classrooms, for cognitive development both together with many other dance talents like Kaycee Rice & Sierra Neudeck and KAR TV's I'm a Dancer Against Cancer with Madison Curtis. She supported many charities. She thinks it’s very important to give back and is such an eye opening thing, which makes you grow as a human being and granted also one of her hard core fans a wish.

She also had a clothing line with California Kisses Dance Wear and a partnership with Capezio. In last years she modeled many times. Of course, the beauty looks great in everything, and hot![27] She has merchandise lines with different business partners for clothing now.

Sophia spent a short time at the beginning of the 2012-2013 competition season competing with the Abby Lee Dance Company, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Producers asked her for years and her mom wanted them to stop calling so they finally did the show but left because they didn’t want to be locked into a contract. While there, Sophia filmed several episodes of Dance Moms season 3. On the show, she was featured as a member of the ALDC's junior elite competition team, as well as the ALDC replacement team. However, this only lasted for a few episodes before Sophia and her mother went back home to compete with San Diego Dance Centre again, because her grandfather had a heart attack with 70 and the family wants to be with him, and her mom felt also that the development of the story line on season three could gave her daughter a negative image and development and didn't like the environment of the show. But Sophie herself didn't and had just positive memories. She loved her time at dance moms and Abby and the other kids were really sweet and welcoming her. Sophia stayed in contact with Maddie Ziegler, Nia Frazier, Kalani Hilliker and JoJo Siwa and became a good friend with Maddie. She said that Abby was one of the kindest, warm hearted people she ever met and she still comments on her Instagram posts, although she had in last years quite serious problems[28].

In last years she developed more and more a passion for teaching, especially technique classes. For any ages and on any levels, from bloody beginners to master students and has been all over the country teaching her technique method called RAFT for turns - Rectangle (shoulder-shoulder-hip-hip-), Arch (highest evaluation when on arch), Focus (of own eyes) and Tight (keep tight with rectangle, arch and focus on body when moving).[29] She posted a lot of her private lessons with kids on her Instagram account. She is really good with kids and asked them the most important question: "Where is your confidence?"

End of 2016 Sophie stopped competing, the official reasons were, after she got pro at such a young age and competed for everything a dancer could compete for and won so many dance titles she cannot gain much more by still competing. Some owners asked her also not to compete. because she would make some kids nervous that they had withdrawn before they even entered the stage. Some episodes of Dance Moms might be the reason for this which gave her an image as Sophia the Destroyer. The kids don't realize, the show was following a script and it has nothing to do how she is actually like.

Unofficially she actually hated competing. She said she disliked the competitive atmosphere and the pressure that was put on her to be perfect.[30] When Soph was somewhere between 5-10 years old she used to cry after every performance. She said she was scared that people laughing at her and her mistakes being recorded for everyone to see. Sophia had later thrown away all her awards and trophies, except the Guinness World record plague and her Varna award. - Yup! The "Dust Catcher Crisis" has everyone, who was a long time very competitive, about these useless, space stealing things just for ego reasons. - Sophia also used to have to meditate before every performance or she would get a panic attack. So one of her dance teacher gave her a new toy/clay/glass frog before every performance and Soph used to kiss its belly and said a prayer as her good luck tradition. FROG would stand for "Fully Rely on God". In 2021, she said winning a competition doesn't mean anything to her now.

Since 2015, she started experiencing the more unpleasant side of being famous, like many young dance superstars when they are praised to the stratosphere and then struggling for oxygen, because nothing has remaining substance. They value of fame is what is left on daily basis in her booking schedule as return and Soph experienced often that the old, used sources went dry due her fame, while potentially new opportunities came bursting like bubbles - the typical pro dancers life. So she started teaching kids and it gave her some stability by doing some routine, and of course, the kids lionizing her, including this big one. Then some people around her got envious, mean and used their elbows, while other used her for egoistic reasons, so that Soph resumed at the end; not many true friends are left and spent most of her free time by reading books, watching TV series and movies. [31] In 2019, she described herself as a loner yet.

But she experienced already some unpleasant mobbing at the Master Ballet Academy (MBA), because she got some weight and the males were too weak to lift her and gave her mean nicks. She was in Ballet always referred as "The Big One" except at the MBA, there was "The Fat One". Many girls when going into puberty they get a little chubby just by hormonal imbalance without changing any eating or activity habits, and it normalizes within one or two years, except they got bullied and start feeding because they are depressed now. So the MDA and others forced her to do constantly some diet just for training despite her nature. This bullshit happens often in the dance industry. The working atmosphere stayed toxic so that Soph felt like she met Gunnery Sergeant Hartman and she wanted to quite pro dancing at all. Regarding Soph her dance teacher joined and insulted her on daily basis for two years (see fun facts). But also interesting, when Soph was younger she said she was pretty much best in every class and able to do any move and turning sequence put in her routine easily, but when she joined MBA, she said she was the worst in ballet in her class. She found it quite refreshing have people to look up to. - Again, this girl did Varna 1.5 years later.

Soph wrote in 2022, she was starting to learn to let her body be whatever it’s going to be; and her metabolism as athlete does the rest, and maybe a little workout with her fitness trainer and bestie Ambry Mehr.[32][33][34] But fortunately for the dance world she just left MDA and aborted pro ballet industry dancing for her "mental health".[35] [36][37] These days Soph is blossom out with 5`7`` and 121 lbs and could cover Playboy now.

Then she herself, her family and closest instructors put her constantly under pressure being number one, perfect, fast and first in anything; getting caught a couple times by showing off to keep up with her image facade as "nerd revenge", because she felt committed to statements she made when she was a kid, were just indications. Properly her Blog entries topped it all. Soph has a strong tendency doing silly things to hide her true feelings.[38][39] Behind her facade she is actually quite vulnerable. She knows, she is material become one day principal dancer in a famous ballet company, but somehow it stagnates, and then the US Ballet Officials appeared to ask her representing the US worldwide. In consequence, Sophie got more and more depressed, had eating disorders and went into therapy for her mental health.[40] Maybe a session went this way: S:"I have no time for this bullshit. What is your rate again? ... Oh, that much. Maybe I should go to college, majoring psychology and doing your job." - T:"Perfect. Therapy worked. Mental health restored. Now I can raise my rate for next time." -S:"Now I see how it works." - T: "Excellent! Now I will charge you a extra fee, because you wanted also learn to distinguish between who can be trusted and who is using you." But it finally ended with her third boyfriend. With him she started going out more often and partying a lot. Finally a social life and happy end. She celebrated her 20th birthday with some of her closest friends and was teaching her guests: Pirouettes! No therapy in the world can get this out of her.

In 2018, she tried to start with a singing career. The music video "Ain't Gonna Play (Official Video) feat. theweiszest" was released on YouTube and the Streams on Spotify and iTunes. They were not exactly chart breakers. Interesting, because as kid she was often mocked for her Mickey Mouse voice.[41] Her therapist encouraged her to start writing her feelings down on paper. He suggested like a “dear diary” type of thing, but she found that super cheesy and started writing poetry instead. And her dad thought her poetry was good, so he mentioned writing a song and contacted a family friend to make a song with her. “Ain’t Gonna Play” is the very first one that she wrote and felt comfortable putting out there. The song is about a boy, who she was very much into and caused her a lot of pain. She wasn’t one for conflict and would just let the things go. The song was her outlet to say anything that she didn’t have the courage to say it to him in person. It’s about young love. Not just when your first relationship gone bad, but the stuff girls generally go through with boys. She had a thing with this boy for months and he kept telling her how much he liked her, and how he wanted to be with her, but then would run off with any of girl, while she was away. But in general, guys lead girls on way too much and that’s why she thought, it’s relatable to girls of her age. She wanted do more music. She worked also on her acting career and took acting lessons. Her dream was to become lead actress in a teen drama show. Still these days Soph is keen for being a top cast or lead actress on a successful movie or TV show. Afterwards Sophia removed herself from the dance world as pro dancer about three years until 2021 for her mental health and enforced her high school diploma and college education (see also Quotes by Sophia).

In 2019, she performed on Universal Dance Awards TV show.[42]. An award show that includes 18 award categories, inspiring speeches and world-class performances highlighting and honoring dancers, choreographers, dance educators, dance influencers, dance conventions and competitions.

On July 2021, she moved to LA after she lost her job due COVID-19 and actually had to leave her own house until December, because she couldn't afford it any longer. She would prefer Orange Country, where she got a new fantastic job. She hates LA and would like to go to Orange Country [43], but actually her boyfriend moved later to her.[44]

As of August 2022, Soph spends her time between her three lives - being a dance teacher, her personal career mostly as dancer, choreographer, and model, and enjoying her youth with family and friends with money on her bank account by doing what she loves.[45] A lot of potential means a lot of possible different paths and directions and also a lot of tough choices. So the self-concept of Sophia Lucia, who she really is and what she really wants long term, is still TBD. On October 2022, she made it quite clear that who she really is will never go public.[46] It remains what she wants.

So on February 14, 2023 (Valentine's Day), Soph and Ambry started their podcast The Sitch on Spotify and Apple. A podcast about helping women navigate their 20s and create their dream life: chatting about all things dating, self-worth, confidence, body image, the dance world, friendship & more. Sharing advice, juicy girl chats & tips.

As of September 2022, Sophia has 1.4M+ Instagram and 160k+ TikTok followers and 140K+ YouTube subscribers.

Between 15 - 17 March 2024, after a long time, she starts teaching classes aboard again, beginning in London, UK on the self-proclaimed "World's Biggest Dance Event", the MOVE IT Dance Show at ExCeL London Event Center. [47]

Dances[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]

Solos[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style Choreographer Competition Place Awards
2007 Goodship Lollipop Tap Sharon Keller Hall of Fame (Upland) did not place
Starpower (San Diego) did not place
Itsy Bitsy Spider Jazz unknown Starpower (San Diego) 9th in Age 8 & Under Competitive Solos
2008 unknown unknown unknown StarSystems (Long Beach) 1st in Mini Solos
unknown unknown unknown StarSystems (San Diego) 2nd in Mini Solos
Baby Face Tap Sharon Keller Showstopper (Anaheim II) 8th in Mini Competitive Solos
Double Platinum Award
Starpower (Lakewood) 2nd in Age 8 & Under Competitive Solos
StarSystems Nationals (Orange County) 7th in Age 12 & Under Advanced Tap Solos
Great Balls of Fire Jazz Kristen Hibbs Hall of Fame (Ontario) did not place
StarSystems Nationals (Orange County) 8th in Age 12 & Under Advanced Jazz Solos
I Like to Fuss Musical Theater Kristen Hibbs Hall of Fame (Ontario) 4th in Future Hall of Famer Solos
StarSystems Nationals (Orange County) 2nd in Mini Solos
2009 ABC's of Love Tap Sharon Keller KAR (San Diego) did not place
StarSystems Nationals (Las Vegas) 4th in Age 12 & Under Tap Solos
All That Jazz Jazz Kristen Hibbs KAR (San Diego) 1st in Age 8 & Under Primary Solos
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 2nd in Mini Competitive Solos
StarSystems Nationals (Las Vegas) 2nd in Age 13 & Under Jazz Solos
Imagine Lyrical Kristen Hibbs Hall of Fame (Redondo Beach) 2nd in Future Hall of Famer Solos
KAR Nationals (Las Vegas) did not place
Showbiz (Anaheim) unknown scoring
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 2nd in Mini Competitive Solos
Starpower (Lakewood) 2nd in Age 8 & Under Competitive Solos
StarSystems (San Diego) 1st in Mini Solos
StarSystems Nationals (Las Vegas) 3rd in Age 12 & Under Lyrical Solos
That's Not My Name Jazz unknown StarSystems Nationals (Las Vegas) 3rd in Mini Solos
unknown Musical Theater unknown Showbiz (Riverside) 1st in Petite Solos
2010 Hey Daddy Musical Theater unknown KAR (Long Beach I) 1st in Age 8 & Under Secondary Solos
KAR (San Diego) unknown scoring
Regional Petite Miss Dance KAR
KAR Nationals (Las Vegas) 1st in Age 8 & Under Secondary Solos
National Petite Miss Dance America KAR
Showbiz (Riverside) 3rd in Petite Solos
1st runner-up for Regional Petite Miss Showbiz
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 2nd in Mini Competitive Solos
Little Me Tap unknown KAR Nationals (Las Vegas) did not place
StarSystems (Escondido) unknown scoring
Yesterday Lyrical unknown KAR Nationals (Las Vegas) did not place
Rainbow (Fallbrook) 2nd in Age 8 & Under Elite Starz Solos
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 1st in Mini Competitive Solos
StarSystems (Escondido) 1st in Mini Solos
Regional Petite Miss Superstar
2011 Bird Dance Open unknown Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Let Me Entertain You Musical Theater unknown Hall of Fame (Redondo Beach) did not place
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) did not place
Rainbow (Fallbrook) 1st in Age 8 & Under Elite Starz Solos
Revolution (San Diego) Regional Petite Miss Revolution
Showstopper (Anaheim) did not place
My Own Rhythm Tap unknown Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Hall of Fame (Redondo Beach) 1st in Future Hall of Famer Solos
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) 1st in Future Hall of Famer Solos
National Future Hall of Famer HOF Inductee
KAR (Escondido) 1st in Age 8 & Under Intermediate Solos
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 1st in Mini Competitive Solos
Total Eclipse Lyrical Kristen Hibbs Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Hall of Fame (Redondo Beach) did not place
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) did not place
Revolution (San Diego) 1st in Age 8 & Under Blue Solos
Showbiz (Riverside) 1st in Petite Solo
Regional Petite Miss Showbiz
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 1st in Mini Competitive Solos
The Pulse unknown scoring
2012 Big Spender Musical Theater Kristen Hibbs KAR unknown scoring
Rainbow (Fallbrook) did not place
Dream Contemporary TOKYO NUVO (Phoenix) 1st in Mini Solos
Good Girl Musical Theater unknown KAR KAR's National DanceStar of Tomorrow
Pulse Contemporary Tiffani King Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) 1st in Junior American League Solos
National Junior American League HOF Inductee
KAR (Escondido) 1st in Age 9-11 Intermediate Solos
Showstopper West Coast Finals 1st in Junior Competitive Solos
National Junior Showstopper Solo Grand Champion
Requiem Contemporary unknown Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Hall of Fame (Ontario) did not place
Rainbow (Fallbrook) 1st in Age 9-11 Elite Starz Solos
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 1st in Junior Competitive Solos
Sweet Dreams Contemporary unknown
Tap Diva Tap Michelle Miner Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Hall of Fame (Ontario) 1st in Junior American League Solos
Regional Junior HOF Inductee
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) unknown scoring
Rainbow (Fallbrook) did not place
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 1st in Junior Competitive Solos
Turn to Stone Contemporary Mark Meismer Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Hall of Fame (Ontario) Honors Award
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) did not place
JUMP (Los Angeles) 1st in Mini Solos
KAR (Upland) 1st in Age 9-11 Intermediate Solos
Regional Junior Miss Dance KAR
KAR Nationals (Las Vegas) 1st in Age 9-11 Intermediate Solos
NUVO (Los Angeles) 1st in Mini Solos
Showstopper (Anaheim) did not place
2013 Canon Contemporary self-choreographed JUMP (Los Angeles) 1st in Mini Solos
Control Jazz Kristen Hibbs KAR (Escondido) did not place
Rainbow (Escondido) 1st in Age 9-11 Elite Starz Solos
Regional Junior Rainbow Elite Starz DOY
Starpower (Upland) Regional Junior Miss Starpower
Dreamcatcher Contemporary Tiffani King JUMP (Phoenix) 1st in Mini Solos
KAR (Escondido) did not place
Starpower (Upland) 1st in Age 9-11 Power Solos
Velocity (Los Angeles) unknown scoring
I Will Always Love You Lyrical Russell Corpis NUVO (Long Beach) 2nd in Mini Solos
My New Reality Jazz Abby Lee Miller Xpression (Fort Wayne) 1st in Junior Solos
Never Never Contemporary Gina Starbuck
Superstar Jazz Gianna Martello In10sity (Youngstown) 1st in Junior Solos
Syncopated Soph Tap unknown KAR (Escondido) did not place
Titanium Lyrical unknown KAR (Escondido) did not place
Rainbow (Escondido) did not place
Starpower (Upland) did not place
Treasure Lyrical Jessie Riley The Dance Awards Nationals (Las Vegas) 1st runner-up for National Mini Female Best Dancer
Vienna Lyrical Kristin McQuaid KAR (Escondido) did not place
Rainbow (Escondido) did not place
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 1st in Junior Competitive Solos
2014 All This to Say Lyrical unknown JUMP (Portland) 1st in Junior Solos
NUVO (Orlando) 1st in Junior Solos
NYCDA (Las Vegas)
The Dance Awards Nationals (NYC) National Junior Female Best Dancer
Ghost Lyrical Mark Meismer Hall of Fame (Ontario) Highest Scoring Open Solo
Grand Slam Award
Technique Award
JUMP (Los Angeles) 1st in Junior Solos
NUVO (Seattle) 1st in Junior Solos
NYCDA Nationals (NYC)
Starpower (Las Vegas) 1st in Age 9-11 Power Solos
Opus Tap unknown
Over the Love Lyrical unknown
Secrets Lyrical Tiffani King Hall of Fame (Ontario) Highest Scoring Contemporary Solo
Grand Slam Award
NYCDA (Santa Clara) 1st in Junior Solos
Seul au Monde Contemporary Kayla Kalbfleisch NYCDA Nationals (NYC) 1st runner-up for National Junior Female Outstanding Dancer
Starpower (Las Vegas) Regional Junior Miss Starpower
Vogue Jazz Molly Long Showcase Dance (Australia) unknown
Wishbone Contemporary Tiffani King Hall of Fame (Ontario) 1st in Junior American League Solos
Highest Scoring Jazz Solo
Regional Junior HOF Solo Inductee
NYCDA (Las Vegas) 1st in Junior Solos
NYCDA Nationals (NYC) 4th in Junior Solos
2015 Arwen's Vigil Contemporary Tiffani King
Echo Contemporary unknown
Fall Over Contemporary Andrew Winghart
Florid Contemporary Jason Parsons
Human Contemporary unknown
Me and the Devil Contemporary Nick Meola
My Faith Contemporary unknown
Over You Contemporary unknown
2016 Come Undone Contemporary Jason Parsons NUVO (Phoenix) 2nd in Teen Solos
YAGP (San Diego) 1st in Junior Men & Women Contemporary Dance
I Will Not Forget You Contemporary Krista King-Doherty 24/7 (Glendale) 1st in Teen Solos
YAGP (San Diego) 1st in Junior Men & Women Contemporary Dance
YAGP Finals (NYC) did not place
Medora Variation from Le Corsaire Pointe unknown VIB unknown scoring
Odalisque Variation from Le Corsaire Pointe unknown YAGP (San Diego) Top 12 in Junior Women Classical Dance
Swan Lake Variation Pointe unknown
Swanhilda Variation from Coppelia Pointe unknown YAGP (San Diego) Top 12 in Junior Women Classical Dance
YAGP Finals (NYC) did not place
Youth Contemporary Teddy Florence JUMP (Phoenix) 2nd in Teen Solos

Duets[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style Choreographer Other Dancer Competition Place Awards
2007 Hound Dog Jazz unknown Krista Pham Showstopper (Anaheim II) 1st in Mini Recreational Duet/Trios
2009 Think Jazz unknown Kayla Folts Showbiz (Riverside) 3rd in Petite Duet/Trios
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 1st in Mini Competitive Duet/Trios
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 1st in Mini Competitive Duet/Trios
StarSystems (San Diego) 1st in Mini Duet/Trios
2010 Me and My Baby Jazz unknown Kayla Folts Showbiz (Riverside) 3rd in Junior Duet/Trios
Showstopper (Anaheim I) 4th in Junior Competitive Duet/Trios
2011 Feet Do Your Stuff Tap unknown Amber Hoffman Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Hall of Fame (Redondo Beach) 1st in Future Hall of Famer Duet/Trios
Regional Future Hall of Famer HOF Duet/Trio Inductee 2011
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) 1st in Future Hall of Famer Duet/Trios
National Future Hall of Famer HOF Duet/Trio Inductee
Revolution (San Diego) 1st in Age 8 & Under Blue Duet/Trios
Showbiz (Riverside) 5th in Junior Duet/Trios
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 6th in Junior Competitive Duet/Trios
2012 The Frozen World Contemporary Tarua Hall Sheldon Chaney
Whip My Hair Tap unknown Amber Hoffman Hall of Fame (Ontario) 3rd in Junior American League Duet/Trios
JUMP (Los Angeles) 1st in Mini Duet/Trios
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 10th in Junior Competitive Duet/Trios
2013 Love Story Lyrical John Culbertson Gino Cosculluela JUMP (Miami) 1st in Junior Duet/Trios
2016 Don Quixote Variation Pointe unknown Jack Beckham Varna International Ballet Bounty Award for Partnership
Le Corsaire Pointe unknown Jack Beckham JUMP (Phoenix) 1st in Teen Duet/Trios
Varna International Ballet 1st in Junior Pas de Deux
Protect Me Contemporary Travis Wall Jack Beckham Varna International Ballet unknown scoring
Swan Lake Pointe unknown Jack Beckham Varna International Ballet 1st in Junior Pas de Deux
The Path Contemporary Slawomir Wozniak Jack Beckham 24/7 (Glendale) 1st in Teen Duet/Trios
JUMP (Phoenix) 2nd in Teen Duet/Trios
Varna International Ballet unknown scoring
YAGP Finals (NYC) 2nd in Contemporary Pas De Deux

Trios[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style Choreographer Other Dancers Competition Place Awards
2012 Circus Jazz unknown Alyssa Baxter
Kayla Folts
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) 3rd in Junior American League Duet/Trios
JUMP (Los Angeles) 1st in Junior Duet/Trios
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 3rd in Junior Competitive Duet/Trios

Groups[edit | hide | edit source]

with Abby Lee Dance Company[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style Choreographer Other Dancers Competition Place Awards
2013 Cry Lyrical unknown Bella Hoffheins
Ally Serigne
Kaeli Ware
Xpression (Fort Wayne) 2nd in Junior Small Groups
Red Carpet Special Jazz unknown Nia Frazier
Brooke Hyland
Paige Hyland
Chloe Lukasiak
Kendall Vertes
Mackenzie Ziegler
Maddie Ziegler
In10sity (Youngstown) 1st in Junior Small Groups

with Danceology[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style
2015 Boss Jazz

with Master Ballet Academy[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style
2016 Fosse Jazz
Purgatory Contemporary
Taken Specialty

with San Diego Dance Centre[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Dance Name Dance Style Other Dancers Competition Place Awards
2009 5 Guys Named Moe Tap Showstopper (Anaheim II) 9th in Mini Competitive Small Groups
Proud Mary unknown StarSystems (San Diego) 1st in Mini Small Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 8th in Mini Competitive Small Groups
The Places You'll Go unknown StarSystems (San Diego) 5th in Mini Large Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 6th in Mini Competitive Small Groups
2010 Candyman unknown Showstopper (Anaheim II) 7th in Junior Competitive Small Groups
Dream Lyrical Showbiz (Riverside) 4th in Petite Small Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 7th in Mini Competitive Small Groups
I Put a Spell on You Jazz Showbiz (Riverside) 7th in Petite Small Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 5th in Mini Competitive Small Groups
2011 Bad Girls unknown Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 7th in Junior Competitive Small Groups
Be Our Guest unknown Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Showbiz (Riverside) 10th in Junior Large Groups
Can You Hear Me unknown Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Cha Cha Tap Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Showbiz (Riverside) 3rd in Junior Small Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 8th in Junior Competitive Small Groups
Heartbreak Hotel Jazz Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Showbiz (Riverside) 6th in Junior Large Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 4th in Junior Competitive Large Groups
In the Mood Musical Theatre Countdown (Fallbrook) unknown scoring
Showbiz (Riverside) 9th in Junior Small Groups
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 6th in Junior Competitive Small Groups
2012 Cut unknown Cela Dadian
Caitlin Feddock
Amber Hoffman
Sarina Jassy
Sabrina Nguyen
Audrey Olaes
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 6th in Junior Small Groups
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) 8th in Junior Competitive Small Groups
Glam Jazz Amber Hoffman
and others
JUMP (Los Angeles) 1st in Mini Lines
Best in Studio
Mini Best of JUMP Award
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 4th in Junior Competitive Large Groups
Hall of Fame Nationals (Las Vegas) 2nd in Junior Large Groups
Hater Jazz
Love Game Jazz Alyssa Baxter
Giana Bradford
Lauren Clark
Megan Dolan
Kayla Folts
Jackie Gronotte
Gianna Lee
Hailey Price
Victoria Ralston
Royalty Jazz Alyssa Baxter
Kayla Folts
Sarina Jassy
Audrey Olaes
JUMP (Los Angeles) 3rd in Junior Small Groups
Junior Best of JUMP Award
Showstopper (Anaheim II) 5th in Junior Competitive Small Groups
Super Sonic Tap Amber Hoffman
Christienne Luminao
Sky Pasqual
JUMP (Los Angeles) 3rd in Mini Small Groups

Pop Drop and Roll - hip-hop (with Kendall Flies, Amber Hoffman, Christenne Lumbao, Audrey Olaes, Sky Pasqual, and Grace Rodenbeck)

For You I Will (with Alix Edge, Kayla Folts, Rachel Hyer, Rebecca Love, Sequoyah Tate, and Kylie Yamane)

  • 7th overall teen american league small group - Hall of Fame Dance Challenge Nationals in Las Vegas, Nevada

We Found Love - hip hop

Octets - tap

Dance Titles[edit | hide | edit source]

  • Regional NUVO Mini Breakout Artist 2007
  • Regional Petite Miss Dance KAR 2009
  • Regional Petite Miss Superstar 2009
  • National Petite Miss Superstar 2009
  • Regional JUMP Mini Female VIP 2010
  • Regional Petite Miss Dance KAR 2010
  • Regional Petite Miss Rainbow Elite Starz DOY 2010
  • Regional Petite Miss Superstar 2010
  • National Petite Miss Dance America KAR 2010
  • Regional Petite Miss Revolution 2011
  • Regional Petite Miss Showbiz 2011
  • Regional Hall of Fame MVP Inductee 2011
  • National Hall of Fame Future Hall of Famer Solo Grand Champion 2011
  • National Hall of Fame Future Hall of Famer Solo Inductee 2011
  • Regional JUMP Mini Female VIP 2012
  • National Junior Miss Dance America KAR 2012
  • National Hall of Fame Junior American League Solo Grand Champion 2012
  • National Hall of Fame Junior American League Solo Inductee 2012
  • Regional NUVO Mini Female Breakout Artist 2013
  • Regional Junior Rainbow Elite Starz DOY 2013
  • Regional Junior Miss Starpower 2013
  • Regional JUMP Junior Female VIP 2014
  • Regional NYCDA Junior Female Outstanding Dancer 2014
  • Regional Junior Miss Starpower 2014
  • National Junior Female Best Dancer 2014
  • Regional JUMP Teen Female VIP 2016

Runner-Up Placements[edit | hide | edit source]

  • 2nd - Regional Petite Miss Starpower 2007
  • 1st - Regional Petite Miss Showbiz 2009
  • 2nd - Regional Petite Miss Showbiz 2009
  • 1st - Regional Petite Miss Showbiz 2010
  • 1st - National Mini Female Best Dancer 2013
  • 1st - National NYCDA Junior Female Outstanding Dancer 2014

Accolades, Awards and Nominations[edit | hide | edit source]

Year Title Category Nominated Result Refs
2013 Industry Dance Awards Favorite Dancer Sophia Lucia Won [48]
2014 The Dance Awards Junior Female Best Dancer - New York Sophia Lucia Won [49]
Industry Dance Awards Favorite Dancer 17 & under Sophia Lucia Norminated [50]
2015 Industry Dance Awards Favorite Dancer 17 & under Sophia Lucia Norminated [51]
2016 XXVI. Varna IBC Special Bounty Partnership Award Sophia Lucia for par-de-deux with William Jackson Beckham Won [52]
YAGP nationals Silver Metal - Junior Contemporary Dance Sophia Lucia and William Jackson Beckham - "Path" Silver [53]

Sophia Lucia's Fanmail Address[edit | hide | edit source]

Sophia Lucia
Paradigm Talent Agency
700 N San Vicente Blvd.
Suite G820
West Hollywood, CA 90069
USA

Business and Training Inquires[edit | hide | edit source]

For all inquiries not as dancer, choreographer or Guinness World Record Holder:
Email: [email protected]
See also dance studios and agencies in infobox top right for contacts.

Quotes[edit | hide | edit source]

By Sophia[edit | hide | edit source]

  • "realizing i moved out on my own at 18 ... now i'm an adult and have to do anything by my own ... make rent ... build credit .. live alone ... actually pay my bills ... pay taxes ... stay healthy ... pay rent on time ... cook ... not to be afraid of the dark ... being an actual adult ... not call my rents everytime something goes wrong ... alone with my cats forever ... adulting at its finest ... i take it back ...mon, dad, i wanna move back in" (Sophia's TikTok comedy live from the first days in her new flat on July 2021 in LA. - That was fast. Normally the crys just start when you don't get it managed, especially the topics make rent and build credit.)[54]
  • "I don’t consider myself famous. I think the word “famous” is an overrated label! I’m a normal teenager who does normal teenager things. Same with every “famous” person. With that said, I’m grateful for the opportunities I’ve had die to being well known in the world! When girls or boys come up to me and ask for a picture, it’s still surreal to me. It’s hard for me to contemplate that girls and boys think of me the way I think of Lana Del Rey or Harry Styles. It’s such an honorable feeling and honestly feel very blessed." (Sophia's Naluda Magazine Interview 2018)
  • "Believe in yourself. Don’t just work hard, work smart." (Soph's advice for young dancers)
  • When she was asked if she ever get nervous, she answered: ""All the time. I’m a very anxious person and I’ve had to overcome a lot of things, but nerves never go away."
  • "Dance world is really tricky. It's really unhealthy. There is so many unhealthy people in the dance world. There are a lot of toxic people and there are a lot of people, they want not be supportive. And it want not to be a very supportive community. "It's seems to be supportive". Everyone says they are supportive to each other, but they are really not. Everyone is just out to get, what is best for them. And when you are succeeding and they are not, they are not really happy for you and vise versa. That how it is. There was like I felt like there is not a lot of support around me and I felt like because I had so much success at the young age that people just cannot stand it. That's fine, but it made it really hard for me. Beyond that, there is a lot of body image issues that come being in the dance world, whether or not is praised, said there are gone or that happened any more, it does! I gone through every dance struggle you could possibly imagine and every dance struggle I ever had, people told me I have to lose weight and I was this big *showing a cycle with tumb and pointing finger*. ... It took me really a long time to learn to be mental stable, but how you can do that is with a good support system and really try to stay grounded, and know a lot of stuff in the dance world then don't mean anything to you in a few years. I know what was a big deal for me then is not a big deal for me now. Winning that competition doesn't mean anything to me now. Nothing. Like, it's so interesting, because you move yourself in a situation, oh my god, everything seems so big. It's really not a big deal. So being much easier to yourself, because you do it because you love it and you cannot listen to any other noice. That's what I think. And that's I think how I get a healthy relationship with dance and being in the dance world. But it took me out of it so long. Hmm I was like, "I destroyed my fandom.", I guess you might can say. - Not you, because you guys are here. You guys are so awesome. - "I destroyed my fandom and my name in a sence", like many people told me that all the time, but my mental health was at risk and I think quiting dance for three years I did and remove myself from the dance world, was the best thing I had ever done for myself, because it told me how to be normal and it told me have a healthy relationship with myself. And I think that has to come always first and if not; take a step back and look at it for what it is and don't put not to much pressure on you to do or be a certain way and know that everything comes at time. " (Soph's Live Interview Aug 6, 2021 Instagram [55])

Fun Facts[edit | hide | edit source]

  • As of July 2022, Sophia has a boyfriend. They had their second anniversary at end of June.[56] He is a hip-hop dance instructor and Sophia's third one.
  • Before Sophie broke the offically world record, she had broken it twice unoffically by posting in 2012 two videos on YouTube where she did 40 pirouettes and 54 pirouettes in row at the age of 9. Both videos went viral, so the idea came up to call Guiness Officials, financed by sponsorship of Kids Artistic Revue and California Kisses, and the event was held at her home studio San Diego Dance Center in Poway in front of hundreds of observers.[57] She broke the official one in her first attempt. She managed 47 pirouettes on the first attempt, 48 on the second and 55 on her third.[58] The previous Guinness Book world record was done by 36 pirouettes on Dec 9, 2005 held by Miss Oklahoma 2012 Alicia Clifton at Applause Studio in Oklahoma at the age of 13 and she was the first female dancer to enter the Guinness Book of World Records in this category. At age 18, University College freshman Alicia Clifton had two world records under her belt. Alicia is still holding the most fouettés in 30 seconds by done 50 at Guinness World Records Special in Beijing, China, on 19 December 2010.[59][60] Alicia got fame in many fields later, such as Runner-Up Miss America in 2013.[61]
  • Sophia completed her first pirouette when she was 4. Completed 4 in row when she was 5, and kept going on. In 2020, she got asked, if she can do world record again these days. She answered, she could, but it would hurt her. When she was training to break the world record she was turn so fast and so much on daily basis that she started to break blood vessels in her hands. Her hands would turn purple, swell and itch if she tried to turn that fast now. She said for pirouettes it`s all about physics and science - spot and momentum. Still these days she can do 8-9 pirouettes on call without moving a muscle in her face. [62] [63]
  • Soph got challenged a couple times about her record. E.g. on Dancepalooza she had a turn contest against break dancer Simrin Player, who turned on her head. Sophie did more turns, but Simrin did it longer. [64] She was also challenged many time by dance battles, such as Contemporary Eric at Industry Dance Awards 2014.
  • When Russian National Champion, head coach and owner of RG school in San Diego - Champion Rhythmics "Murder" Masha Weitz (Маша Калужская) tortured Sophia in her training, she was pregnant with her daugther Zoya. Many years later, Soph got her hands on Zoya during her training and had in strange ways her revenge. [65] But against her own boyfriend she shows always some mercy and encouragement.[66] - "You did good, baby!"
  • As of August 2021 she has 8 tatoos so far. Small pictos yet.[67] But the number of youth sins are increasing fast.[68]
  • Regarding Soph, her dance teacher insulted her at the MDA over two years. Here some quotes by Sophia [69]:
  • "piggy" (literally just referred to me as piggy after catching me eating a kitkat)
  • "'if you need help loosing weight, just have a cigarette'. I was 13." (And don't do ever! No drugs!)
  • "if you weigh over 100 lbs, the boys aren't lifting you overhead" (Ahhh ... pussies only?! But most likely there was a violation of working and educational laws. Within Europe lifting of up to 100 lbs is forbidden for males under 15 and/or a weight of 60 kgs.)
  • "looking a little fluffy today"
  • "so much extra meat" (reffering to my a$$ and bOObs)
  • "being called the 'fat one' at all ballet functions. i was 105lbs at 5´ 2´´ ."

She commented:"i remember being so excited if i got the flu or a stomach bug because i knew i’d drop a few pounds." As to remember, this is the same girl who did at same time Varna. That must be a hell of satisfaction and revenge feeling by the frenetic applause of the audience after some of her solos. She said, she is a very forgiving person, with all pros and cons.

  • The day before the performance of the fifth dance in Varna, Jack and Sophia had an huge argument. Due that Soph wasn't planning to turning up at all, but she changed her mind. They apologized and made it in 10 min before they had to performed. - Pro dance is pro dance.

Additional Page[edit | hide | edit source]

Sophia Lucia/Gallery

References[edit | hide | edit source]

  1. Jaclyn Lucia IG
  2. Tiffani King IG
  3. Rachel Sebastian IG
  4. Soph`s IG real dance moms
  5. Sophie`s IG - Director of Photography Claudio A. Robles 🇸🇻
  6. IMDb Sophia Lucia
  7. Guinness Book WR Lucia
  8. Sophia Lucia - Record Breaker
  9. Sophia Lucia Bio Move IT HP
  10. Naluda Magazine Exclusive interview with Sophia Lucia
  11. Sophia Lucia in Monster High McDonald's Commercial
  12. Sophs Old Navy Commercial
  13. Varna IBC regulations
  14. IBFC - We are proud to announce the winners of the XXVII International Ballet Competition – Varna
  15. Awards to Sophia Lucia and William Jackson Beckham @VARNA IBC 2016
  16. Tusla ballet JP Jack Beckham
  17. 55 Questions With Sophia Lucia
  18. Joffrey Ballet HP
  19. Celebrity dance HP
  20. YAGP 2016 NY
  21. YAGP 2016 San Diego
  22. Jack*s IG YAGP
  23. DanceTeacher - Pirouette Superstar Sophia Lucia Wows at YAGP Finals
  24. Teenplicity - SOPHIA LUCIA TALKS A NUTCRACKER CHRISTMAS
  25. Sophia Lucia`s interview about her education
  26. The Sitch - College Culture
  27. Sophia's IG Fashion 2022
  28. Abby Lee Miller Talks 'Dance Moms,' Prison and Overcoming Cancer - Full Interview
  29. Sophia IG RAFT
  30. Sophia Lucia Facts That 99% of People Don't Know
  31. Sophs IG hell 2017 year
  32. Sophia's IG about her weight.
  33. Soph's IG Saweetie•Best Friend (feat. Doja Cat)
  34. Soph IG the dancing queen’s birthday
  35. Reddit - Sophia Lucia reflects on 2017, calling it the hardest year of her life
  36. imgue
  37. Reddit - What happened to Sophia Lucia at the ballet academy?
  38. sophia lucia instagram live 10/23/20
  39. leaving the ballet world, what happened to SDDC, & more
  40. Soph's TikTok
  41. Sophia Lucia's Voice Change (if you remember her from dance moms WATCH THIS)
  42. IMDb Universal Dance Awards
  43. Soph#s IG Instagram Live 8/5/21
  44. body & soul
  45. Soph's IG Her three lifes
  46. xoxo gossip girl - <3
  47. Soph's IG Move IT London
  48. Industry Dance Awards 2013
  49. The Dance Awards 2014
  50. Industry Dance Awards 2014
  51. Industry Dance Awards 2015
  52. Awards to Sophia Lucia and William Jackson Beckham @VARNA IBC 2016
  53. YAGP 2016 NY
  54. Soph's TikTok stressful. #moveout #adulting #fyp #LiveFlowSweatDuet
  55. Soph's Live Interview Aug 6, 2021 Instagram
  56. Sophia`s IG
  57. Soph's IG 11th WR anniversary
  58. Most consecutive pirouettes: Sophia Lucia smash Guinness world record (VIDEO)
  59. Most grandes pirouettes a la seconde in 30 seconds (female)
  60. Sooner spins her way into world record book for dancing
  61. Miss Oklahoma is second runner-up in Miss America Pageant
  62. Can Sophia Lucia still do her 55 turns?
  63. Sophia Lucia Interview at her Guinness World Record Celebration
  64. Dancepalooza - Sophia Lucia vs Simrin Player Turn Contest
  65. Sophia*s IG Zoya
  66. Sophia's IG teaching her bf turns
  67. Sophia's IG Tats
  68. Soph's IG Paris
  69. Soph's TikTok

External Links[edit | hide | edit source]

Vimeo Videos[edit | hide | edit source]