It was a shock to see Missy Elliott resurface during this year’s Super Bowl with Katy Perry. That was really something unexpected. I believe we should have more pop cultural surprises like it in the future. As I’ve kept up with the news about this neat act of wonder, we can all agree that there was someone missing from performance that we’d sure to see in any of Missy Elliott’s performances.
Where’s the little girl who dances in all her music videos?
Well, that little girl’s name is Alyson Stoner, and she was handling some business of her own, which is why she missed out on the performance. Stoner is pursuing her very own music career. Who knew?
I’ve always known Stoner for her many Disney appearances in films like Cheaper By The Dozen, and as Mike’s little sister Sally in Disney Channel Original Mini Series Mike Super Short Show. So it’s funny and kind of weird to see the hip-hop community discrediting and simply labeling her for her part in being that awesome dancing kid from Missy’s music videos.
Come on, guys! She’s so much more than that.
Here’s a list of Things I’ve known her to deserve credit for:
- Cheaper By the Dozen (1 and 2)
- Isabella from Phinese and Ferb
- Sally from Mike’s Super Short Show
- Wendy from Drake and Josh
- Barbara Gordon from Young Justice
- Connie from The Batman
- Caitlyn from Camp Rock
- Camille from Step Up (1, 3. and 4)
- Kairi from Kingdom Hearts video game series
- Background Dancer for Eminem, Outkast and Will Smith
She’s definitely more than just that dancing little girl. No wonder she missed the performance. Haha.
To make up for her absence, Stoner released a tribute video for the well-respected Missy Elliott via YouTube and that is why it’s Doc’s Castle Media’s YTube Vid of the Week.
She also has a music video out of her own. Check out her official music video for “Dragon.”
Did you see any of Alyson Stoner’s cameos throughout the years? Leave you comments below.
Are you a fan of the new Drone craze happening across the world? You’ll like the last YTube Vid of the Week then. Watch “Saving the Drone” on Doc’s Castle Media.