My name is
, I'm 18
years old and I am the choreographer for
✖ I JUST WANT IT TO BE PERFECT
Rosie Michaels grew up in a very strict household. She was an only child so all of her parents attention was on her and she didn’t really like that. They were just giving her the wrong kind of attention. Both of Rosie’s parents were perfectionists and they expected their daughter to be nothing but. No matter what Rosie did it had to be perfect or her parents would ignore her for days on end. The few times the girl messed up a dancing step or got a low mark on a test her parents would absolutely flip. They wouldn’t talk to her until she learned that she couldn’t make mistakes in this family. Rosie really just wanted to be happy and have loving parents but it was heard to do that when everything she was doing was wrong. There was always a flaw in everything she did, nothing was ever good enough. She was never good enough. Despite feeling like a failure most of the time Rosie is a very positive person. She’s the sun in a storm, a light in the darkness. She always focuses on the good in things rather than the bad and tries her best not to worry about things. She’s very laid back and is perfectly happy staying indoors and watching movies all day instead of going out and partying with friends. She has a great sense of humor and has an adorable personality. No one really dislikes Rosie, she’s just too sweet too hate.
Rosie has always known she had a love for dancing. When the girl was only four she would make up her own little dances and teach them to other kids in her daycare. Although she would sometimes get into trouble for not focusing on what she was supposed to be doing, she never stopped. Rosie loved dancing and nothing could change that. At the age of six Rosie’s parents signed her up for a local dancing class at her school and Rosie blew everyone away with her skills. Rosie was having so much fun dancing that she never wanted to stop. Which, she didn’t. As the years passed Rosie got better and better at what she was doing. All her effort went into her dancing. She didn’t have time for social outings or even a quick trip to the mall, she was much to focused on dancing. Dancing was the one thing her parents were proud of Rosie for. It seemed like dancing was the only thing the girl could do correctly in both her and her parents eyes. Rosie is pretty hard on herself but that’s only because her parents told her to be. She doesn’t accept her own mistakes and can often break down if she does something she shouldn’t have. Rosie thinks she needs to be perfect in order to succeed in life. She doesn’t want to be the failure she feared to turn into. Rosie applied for a arts based high school and was accepted right on the spot. When she sent in a video of her dancing to the dean both he and the teachers wanted her at the school. Rosie’s parents were pretty proud of her but they still thought she could do better. Rosie was a little bummed that they weren’t jumping with joy like she was but she knew they would be eventually.
At the end of grade 11 a group of people came to Rosie’s school in search for some back up dancers and choreographers for an up coming tour for unknown bands. Rosie was one of the only people who signed up from her school so the crew hired her as soon as she did. Rosie was so excited to be on the road with the bands because it was her chance to finally show her parents how much of a star she had become. She just hoped it would be good enough for them. They were in love with Rosie and thought she was the perfect girl they needed. Rosie packed up all her things and jumped on a tour bus, teaching fellow teens how to dance and how to look amazing on stage. While Rosie was holding a hip-hop class a blonde boy walked in, obviously lost. He asked her if this was the dance studio for insitiutions and she said no. He let out a small nervous laugh and decided to stay in her class anyways, none of the members of untamed said anything about him being there and just let him join in. Rosie couldn’t keep her eyes off the boy, she thought he was beautiful. He was perfection and she wanted to make him hers.
✖ TO BELIEVE IT'S ALL BEEN WORTH THE FIGHT
@dancermichaels: ”@wowwalters come over please, i’m lonely.”
@dancermichaels: ”got my duck socks on! #classtime.http://distilleryimage9.s3.amazonaws.com/2d51df687c6511e2aacd22000a1f932c_7.jpg
@dancermichaels: ”@earthtoconnor asked if i could fit behind the washer and dryer. the answer is yes! http://distilleryimage8.s3.amazonaws.com/e7a5d8fe70dc11e285a622000a1f9e5b_7.jpg #theperksofbeingsmall”
Wallie and Rosie are quite close friends. Ever since he met her in the dance studio they’ve been attached at the hip. They’re the most adorable friends ever and enjoy having a good laugh together. Rosie has a huge crush on Wallie but doesn’t want to say anything since she’s rather shy.
Devon was one of the people who went to Rosie’s school looking for dancers. As soon as she saw her she knew she wanted her as her crew member. She saw so much potential in her but saw a hint of sadness in her eyes. She hopes she can keep herself together and make the most of the tour but knows she’s pretty hard on herself.
Rosie Michaels is portrayed by
Chachi Go nzales and is taken.