Kameron Couch Talks Dancing With The Stars Juniors And The Importance Of Patience

Dancing With The Stars Juniors star Kameron Couch joins us on Close-up Culture to chat about her most cherished moment on the show, being a good dance partner, shared victories, and more.

Q: How did it feel to be part of the Dancing With The Stars Juniors family? 

A: It felt like a dream come true. They honestly treat you like a family and everyone was always so nice. 

Q: What is your most cherished moment from being on the show? 

A: I’d have to say it was the relationships I made with Hudson West, Hayley Erbert, and Jordan Fisher. I can’t even imagine my life without them in it now. 

Q: What would your advice be to young people who are inspired by you and are considering taking up dance? 

A: I get a lot of Instagram dm’s asking if it’s too late to start dancing and my advice is that it is never too late. You can do anything that you set your mind to!

Q: What do you think it takes to be a good dance partner? 

A: Patience is key. Everybody learns things differently so you have to be patient and work together.

Q: What is your favorite thing to do away from dance?

A: I love family time. Shopping with my sisters is probably my favorite though!

Q: How special is it to have two sisters who are also passionate about dance?

A: It’s very special to me that I am on this journey with Katie and Kenz. We have this thing called “shared victories” and it means a win for one is a win for all because we all have to support each other to be successful. 

Q: You’ve all achieved so much at a young age. What are you most proud of?

A: I’m most proud of the times I was able to dance on the adult version of DWTS Season 27 because it was filmed live. It’s the most incredible feeling to be dancing on live television just living your best life! 

Q: What are your hopes and dreams for the future? 

A: I would love to get into Julliard someday and another season of DWTS, Juniors would be pretty amazing, too!

Title image by Kristen Scott 

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