The Cardinal Divas of SC tell Jennifer Hudson that all dreams are possible!
On Tuesday’s episode of “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” the dance team — who made history earlier this year by becoming the first-ever majorette group at the University of Southern California — dazzled both JHud and the live studio audience with a jaw-dropping dance routine.
Their style of dancing — popularized at historically Black colleges and universities — incorporates a Western African aesthetic with jazz and hip-hop influences.
During the interview, the group — co-founded by USC student Princess Isis Lang — spoke about breaking barriers.
“A dream,” she replied when asked by JHud how it feels to make history. “I know it’s for USC, but to bring [majorette dancing] on a worldwide platform, it’s more than I can dream.”
In the interview, Princess explained that she started the group during her freshman year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. While going to classes remotely, Princess wanted to start a dance troupe when campus re-opened the next school year.