She sings, she dances, she skates, she surfs. She's ten.
Sky Brown is a viral video sensation with over 50 million views.
She is used to dropping off buses and into vertical ramps on her skateboard, now she's ready to swap the bowl for the ball on Dancing with the Stars Juniors. ABC announced the cast on Wednesday.
Meet Sky here, the Japanese skater girl with a bagful of viral video hits and a head full of Olympic dreams:
Sky is already proving that she's a skater to watch for the future, she became the youngest girl ever to skate at the Vans US Open Pro Series in 2016 and at the Bowl-a-Rama in Australia this year.
It's a blue-sky future for this precocious young skater.
The new series of Dancing With The Stars Juniors will air on October 7/8.
Sky will dance with JT Church who's 12 and trains as a competitive dancer. He was a runner-up on So You Think You Can Dance: Next Generation and sounds like the perfect partner for Sky.
This dynamic duo will be mentored by Alan Bersten, a seasoned pro dancer on DWTS, So You Think You Can Dance, and Burn The Floor.
Not only is Sky Brown ready to take the show sky high, but America's sweetheart Adam Rippon is all set to sit at the judge's table.
Adam did win the all-athletes season of DWTS after all, and is the current proud owner of the mirrorball trophy.
The PyeongChang 2018 figure skating bronze medallist and self-styled "hot mess" is now ready to judge the junior version of the show.
Expect fun, expect laughs, expect drama on the dance floor.