Originally founded so its members would have a reason to keep dancing after high school, A.S.I.I.D. (And So It Is Done) has evolved into a powerhouse Detroit dance crew. Incorporating their diverse styles into every routine, Meme, Dellalicious, Melissa, Joseph, Tristan and Dreez work together to create dance harmony.
German-born Meme dreams of one day saving up enough money to move to New York City. For now, the Yo-Yo Ma fan spends her days in the Motor City trying to hone her skills and take them to the next level.
Already possessing a stellar résumé that includes gigs with Mariah Carey and Travis Barker, Dellalicious prides herself on being easy to work with. She was the homecoming queen of her high school and loves sipping on a virgin pina colada.
Melissa Benners may be a fearless dancer, but she'll freeze up if she has to take an escalator. Luckily, there are no escalators on America's Best Dance Crew, and she knows it, so she's ready to be fierce.
A man with a plan, Joseph Antonio would eventually like to run his own dance studio. Being hearing impaired hasn't slowed down the tireless A.S.I.I.D. member on his quest for success.
Unlike other aspiring Power Rangers, a young Tristan Fisher took acting classes instead of karate. Fame has always been the name of the game for this sports fan, and he's hoping to use his time on America's Best Dance Crew to inspire others to follow their dreams.
Dreez is excited to be an ambassador for the Detroit dance scene. A simple man, he enjoys cartoons, buffalo chicken and "purple drink."
Hoping to put Detroit on the world dancing map, A.S.I.I.D. is thrilled to be competing on America's Best Dance Crew. They're putting their fate in God's hands, and believe that they can succeed through faith.