Paired with: Louis van Amstel
Sabrina Bryan was a member of the multi-platinum recording act, The Cheetah Girls, as well as a star of the hugely successful Disney Channel movie of the same name as Dorinda. "The Cheetah Girls" movie debuted in August of 2003, breaking the ratings record as the most successful Disney Channel movie in history and selling two million units of the soundtrack. Bryan continued to reprise her role in "The Cheetah Girls 2: When in Spain," in August of 2006, and with "The Cheetah Girls 3," set in India in 2008. As a recording group with Adrienne Bailon and Kiely Williams, The Cheetah Girls had one of the top ten most successful tours of 2006, selling out 87 dates and becoming one of the top 5 merchandise selling acts in history. Their first album as a recording group was "Cheetahlicious Christmas," which was released at the end of 2005. The Cheetah Girls have also been featured on the Chicken Little soundtrack with their rendition of "Shake a Tailfeather" and on various Disneymania compilations, many of which have been certified Gold. One of Bryan's solo projects is the fitness-dance DVD called BYOU and the sequel BYOU 2, in which she was the star and co-producer. BYOU was originally released in early 2006 and has gone double-platinum. Bryan is currently developing film, television, internet and book properties to star in and produce. Her endeavors include co-writing the book Princess of Gossip with top Young Adult author Julia DeVillers for Pocket/MTV Books, a recurring role on the new Disney Channel animated series, "Fish Hooks," as the voice of Pamela Hamster, and she hosted three seasons of ABC.com's web series, "Backstage with the Stars," covering behind-the-scenes of "Dancing with the Stars." She is currently starring on-stage in the "Dancing with the Stars: Live in Las Vegas" at The New Tropicana.