Meet Luvabull Krystal
Hi, I'm 25, originally from Slinger, Wisconsin, went to the University of Wisconsin—Madison and I work as a Guest Services Coordinator for an event design company. My friends call me K-Star and my dad calls me Bebop.
I started dancing in high school as a cheerleader, where I served as captain. Since high school and throughout college, I was involved in numerous musical theatre productions as a performer and choreographer. During my college career, I was a member of a professional song and dance troupe called the Wisconsin Singers, traveling the state and country in a musical review style production. I also danced for the Chicago Shamrox, a professional indoor Lacrosse team. This is my second year as a Chicago Luvabull.
Live life to the fullest, continue to perform as long as I can, and have a happy family.
Three words that describe me are
Ambitious, friendly, vivacious
Quote to live by
"Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined."
My pet peeve
People that chew with their mouth open
My claim to fame is...
Being a Luvabull!
Most people don't know this about me...
I would love to be a country singer
Years on the squad
Why I chose to be a Luvabull
After college I knew I couldn't give up dancing, and being a Luvabull meant getting the opportunity to dance in front of thousands of people and experience a whole new realm of performing. There is nothing like the rush of dancing on court at the United Center, and getting to represent a world famous NBA team. It is a fabulous job that I could not be more thankful to have.
You've Got Mail, Center Stage, Newsies
I'm extremely ambitious and goal oriented.
Book I'm reading now
I wish I had more time to read!
Favorite type of music
How do friends see you (three words)
Sincere, fun, friendly
My proudest accomplishment to date is
Making the Luvabulls!
What is the best gift you have ever received?
The best gifts are the little things that are totally unexpected but end up making your day.
A singer and recording artist… until then, I'd love to work for a boutique event planning company.
Advice to young dancers
Work hard, stay dedicated, and never underestimate yourself. Keep practicing and striving to improve, and most importantly, don't lose sight of having fun!