Dancing through life is the go-to motto for musician Montana Tucker, who has been dancing for 15 years. The aspiring singer-songwriter continues to show off seriously impressive dance moves in choreographed routines to her 800k plus followers on Instagram as well as her Youtube channel. “Something about [dancing] makes me feel so free and helps me forget anything else that’s happening in the world,” the 24-year-old star excitedly revealed while catching up with HOLA! USA. “I also love how dancing is universal and brings people together.”
Montana Tucker said she loves how dancing is "universal and brings people together" Photo: Instagram/@montanatucker
And that’s exactly how she and Venezuelan social media-influencer Lele Pons came to perform together. The duo share their practiced routines on their respective pages, which together amass millions of views. “Lele and I met about two years ago, but we started doing dance videos less than a year ago,” she told us. “Now we do them whenever we have time, and they are so much fun to do.”
The videos range from performing to Jennifer Lopez’s I Ain’t Yo Mama on the streets of L.A. to putting together a routine atop the Brooklyn Bridge set to the Alicia Keys song Empire State of Mind. More recently, she and Lele teamed up for an eye-catching performance to Shakira's song Chantaje (which features Maluma). “I love Shakira, but Lele is obsessed,” the Remember Us singer jokes as to how they chose music from the popular Colombian singer. She posted the entertaining clip along with the caption: "That moment when you're the only one who doesn't speak Spanish but love to Salsa dance. Who else loves to dance?"