Angela's Got The Moves

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She has danced for artists such as Beyonce, E40, G Unit and has been a lead model for various music videos. Her most recent appearances are on "Mr. Me Too" -Clips featuring Pharrell and "Side to Side"-Three 6 Mafia.


 
(Angela---You can't match her dance moves).

Where She’s From: Gorgeous Angela Henderson is an experienced model and Hip Hop dancer. She has been dancing for 15 years and modeling for 12. Angela can be seen in fashion shows and print advertisements for companies such as Macy's, Nordstrom, BeBe and Vogue magazine to name a few. She has danced for artists such as Beyonce, E40, G Unit and has been a lead model for various music videos. Her most recent appearances are on "Mr. Me Too" -Clips featuring Pharrell and "Side to Side"-Three 6 Mafia.

Where She’s Heading: Angela will be featured in the upcoming fall issue of Show magazine. She has also performed for the NFL and the NBA as a Raiderette Cheerleader and Golden State Warrior Girl. “I am very hardworking and driven,� Angela tells The Black Star News when asked how she finds time to accomplish so much. “Be on the lookout for me in more music videos, magazines and on television.�
 
For more information on the tireless beauty, please visit myspace.com/angelanicole84


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