Mark Ballas Seeks “Miss Incredible” to Be Part of New Song’s Video
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Mark Ballas Seeks “Miss Incredible” to Be Part of New Song’s Video

Dancing With the Stars pro/master musician Mark Ballas is back with another new single — and a chance for fans to get involved!

You may still have “Get My Name” running through your head, but Mark’s latest song is called “Miss Incredible” and it comes out on August 3. Mark shared the exciting news late last week, and posted intel on how fans can get involved: “I’m looking for an incredible woman to fly to LA to hang on the set of the music video & be one of the 'Miss Incredible's' featured in it,” Mark tweeted. “Are you #MissIncredible? Is your friend? Submit your video (and hear the chorus of the song) here:"

At the website, Mark has an intro explaining his plans for the song:

"All over the world there are incredible, talented, girls and women who are doing amazing things to enhance their lives and the lives of others. I was raised by an incredible woman and my upcoming single is a celebration of women that may not get the credit they deserve for being as INCREDIBLE as they are. I want you to be a part of it. Shoot a 60 second video telling (or showing!) us why you or a friend are INCREDIBLE. We'll be featuring some of you wonderful women in a lyric video, and one of you are flying out to LA to hang with me and be one of my Miss Incredible's for the official music video shoot at the beginning of August.”

What a great idea! (His mom, Shirley Ballas, and girlfriend, BC Jean, must be pretty proud.) Mark also posted the video below, including a snippet of the new song to give fans inspiration. If you want to submit your own video, you can do so right on Mark’s site over here.

Good luck, “Incredible” people!

DWTS Season 19 premieres Monday, September 15 from 8 to 10 p.m. ET on ABC.

Sources: Mark on Twitter,

07.22.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Gina Carbone
Related: Dancing With The Stars, Music, News, TV Stars, Dance Pros, Mark Ballas

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