As they do their -influenced Broadway routine, I think that it’s not a bad pairing, but I don’t believe Comfort is up to par.
Even when she’s in her genre, hip-hop, she doesn’t deliver it like she should.
She also performed as a reform school girl in the "Bootylicious" number in the "Hairography" episode of the television show Glee.
Comfort was seen in T-Pain's video "Freeze" and in Ludacris's "What Them Girls Like".
The Dumos and Lythgoe like most of what they saw but ballroom expert Murphy commented that Jessica placed her weight in “all the wrong places” while Will had it in “all the right places.” The negative comments about Jessica didn’t end there. Will’s a great dancer but it seems that every week one or more judges will go on about him but chastise Jessica. You know what they said about Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire?
Then in 2003, Boss went to Los Angeles and auditioned to become a contestant on MTV's The Wade Robson Project where he eventually placed third in the competition.She was featured in Lee Jung Hyun's music video for "Crazy", which was released in Korea in May 2009 and was choreographed by Brian Friedman.She also serves as Assistant Choreographer for Hip-Hop legend Missy Elliot and has appeared in her music videos for "WTF," "Where They From," and "I'm Better." Comfort's choreography work can also be seen in Karmin's music videos "Didn't Know You," and "Blame it on My Heart," as well as directing and choreographing Nia Sioux's music video "Just Rock." She later competed alongside Tahani Anderson as her all star mentor on Season 13 of So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation.Her veil, from Watters by Toni Federici, featured crystals and a hand-cut edge, and she wore peep-toe jewel-encrusted shoes by Badgley Mischka. White gold and diamond leaf earrings from Jay Carlile & Co.PHOTOS: Celeb weddings in 2013 Boss, meanwhile, was dapper in a black tuxedo and plum polka-dot bow tie, which matched the plum crinkle chiffon bridesmaids dresses.