Meet The Instagram Famous Kids: Bailey Sok And Kida Burns on ‘World of Dance’
If you’re wondering who are this dynamic duo in the World Of Dance show, then you’re in the right place. Bailey Sok and Kida Burns(aka Kida the Great) have both have very strong internet presence and have appeared alongside big celebrities. Now let’s find out about them.
1. Bailey Sok and Kida Burns have both a strong social media presence!
Bailey Sok has 1.6 million Instagram followers and Kida Burns have 4.3 million followers. Check out there Instagram handles: @baileysok and @kidathegreat .
Both of them together have close to a million subscribers in their Youtube channels.
2. Burns has appeared on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ and ‘The Queen Latifah Show’.
In 2010, Burns posted a video online showing him dancing with the crew “The Art of Teknique”; it was reposted by rappers Ludacris and Tyrese. The video landed Burns and his crew on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Bailey was 6 when her youtube video of her performance at the KAR Dance Competition was viewed over 55,000 times, catapulting her to overnight stardom.
3. Kida Burns was voted America’s Favorite Dancer in ‘So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation‘
In 2016, Burns claimed the grand prize of $250,000 when he was voted America’s Favorite Dancer on the thirteenth season of So You Think You Can Dance: Next Generation.
Bailey her appeared as a Dance Spirit “You Should Know” kid way back in 2016.
4. Bailey and Kida have danced alongside major celebrities
Bailey Soks has performed for Janet Jackson, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, K Camp which is quiet insane!
Kida Burns have a equally long list with celebrities like Will Smith, J Cole, Usher, Kendrick Lamar! In 2020, Burns choreographed and appeared in the music video for Justin Bieber‘s song “Come Around Me”.
5. Family life of Bailey Sok and Kida Burns
Bailey Sok was born in 24 February 2004 in California and has a Korean descent. She has two sisters. Her mother was a Miss Korea winner.
Burns was born on April 8, 2002 in Sacramento, California. He is the sixth child of his mother’s seven children. Burns’ first teacher was his oldest brother, Shaheem Sanchez Burns, who started mentoring him when he was 4. In 2014, Burns lost his father from a flu virus.