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Dytto (pronounced Dit-Oh) is an American dancer based in Los Angeles, California ​. [7] ​ She came to prominence in 2015 when she appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show ​ and has since garnered a huge following on social media ​. [12]


Dytto was born in Florida ​ and raised in Atlanta ​. She has one older brother named Brandon who is a trained pilot. Always active in her youth, Dytto was a gymnast and cheerleader as well as a straight-A student before becoming a professional dancer full-time. Dytto says if she was not a dancer, she would be a Chemist ​. She is trained in contemporary, tap, ballet, jazz, and hip-hop. As a dancer, she displays her unique styles of popping, animation, robotting, tutting, and finger tutting. She is a huge fan of Star Wars ​. [10]

Dytto's first big break came when her Barbie dancing video went viral. [11] ​ In 2015, she was invited on The Ellen DeGeneres Show ​ multiple times where she performed her unique Barbie dance to million of viewers. [12] ​ She has since hosted the music show for World of Dance called The Drop and has been featured in several ad campaigns for Target ​, Android Wear ​, Dr. Pepper ​, H&M ​, and more. [6] ​ In addition to dancing, Dytto regularly uploads vlogs to her YouTube ​ channel and is extremely active on social media. [3] ​ As of August 2017, she had 2.1 million followers on Instagram ​ and over 1.3 million subscribers on YouTube ​. [3] [5] [4]

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