Justice Domingo is a dancer and choreographer from Los Angeles, CA. Her training began at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy in many genres including jazz, hip-hop, african, modern, and more. At the age of seven, she was signed to BLOC talent agency in Los Angeles and began to pursue a professional dance career. Justice has worked with choreographers such as Dave Scott, Fatima Robinson, and Brian Friedman. In addition, she has performed with many music artists such as Selena Gomez, P. Diddy, Mindless Behavior, Zendaya, Diggy Simmons, Alli Simpson, and more. She has made appearances on Ellen Degeneres, So You Think You Can Dance, The Laker Game Halftime Show, The Voice, and The American Music Awards. Justice continued her studies at Loyola Marymount University, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Dance and Communication Studies. She choreographed and performed her own forty five minute work titled, “Tattoos on the Soul” and frequently choreographs for upcoming pop artists. Currently, she teaches hip-hop at various studios in Los Angeles. Justice has plans to work as a creative director, and hopes to someday start a mentoring program for young African-American girls.