1. A professional dancer trained in tap, jazz, hip-hop and African dance, Omarion joins J.C. Chasez (*NSYNC) and Lil Mama ("Voice of the Young People") as judges on the "Dance Crew" stage. "I'm so excited to be a judge on MTV's 'America's Best Dance Crew,'" says Omarion. "Dancing and performing is what I do and being a judge on this show will allow me to give creative feedback to the newest and hottest dancers on the rise." Omarion recently inked his own label deal, StarrWorld Entertainment,......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. A professional dancer trained in tap, jazz, hip-hop and African dance, Omarion joins J.C. Chasez (*NSYNC) and Lil Mama ("Voice of the Young People") as judges on the "Dance Crew" stage.

    "I'm so excited to be a judge on MTV's 'America's Best Dance Crew,'" says Omarion. "Dancing and performing is what I do and being a judge on this show will allow me to give creative feedback to the newest and hottest dancers on the rise."

    Omarion recently inked his own label deal, StarrWorld Entertainment, under the umbrella of EMI Label Services. The album, "Ollusion" was released on January 12th and is his third solo album as well as his first release under the record label. The triple threat entertainer's first single "I Get It In," featuring Gucci Mane, reached #15 on Billboard's Mainstream R&B Chart. The second single, "Speedin," was the #1 most added song at Urban radio at the top of January and is the fastest growing single in his career (including his time in B2K). He wrote and co-produced all of the songs on the album.

    Omarion has released two chart-topping solo albums since leaving the multi-platinum selling group B2K. His first solo album, "O," debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. His sophomore album, "21," dominated radio airplay and also debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The second single from "21," "Ice Box," produced by Timbaland, topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was a platinum-selling ringtone. Also an actor and producer, he has appeared in several films -- most notably "You Got Served" -- which was a #1 box office smash that earned $$40 million worldwide. He also added author to his resume in 2004, releasing a solo autobiography titled "O" on behalf of MTV.

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