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In 8th grade, she began assisting faculty members with West Coast Dance Explosion and traveled almost every weekend to demonstrate at conventions. Dance’s “Performer of the Year.” The following year, Lauren graduated from high school. She also started auditioning—a daunting task for the new girl on the scene.A few years later, she won an assistantship with Co. “Lauren wanted success so badly, and it’s so much fun to work with a kid like that,” says Judy Rice, who’s been on the Co. But the friendships she had built on the convention circuit eased the transition. Dance, Lauren had developed a close relationship with faculty member Tyce Diorio. A., Diorio asked Lauren to assist him with his work as a choreographer for “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 2.
After her first recital, Lauren added ballet and hip hop to her schedule, joined Dance Action’s competition team and spent all her free time at the studio.Inspired by her experience behind the scenes, Lauren decided to audition for Season 3.Her vibrant personality, tireless commitment and versatility helped her become one of the final three girls that season.“Lauren was driven to keep getting better,” says Kevin Bender, who co-owns the school with his wife, Meri.“Every year, we would see improvement in her technique and style.” Although Lauren was progressing, the shift in intensity took a toll on her body: Soon after switching studios she pulled both her hamstrings.