LAURIEANN GIBSON is one of, if not, the most important Pop Culture Influencers in Entertainment today. As an Emmy Nominated Director for Lady Gaga’s “The Monster Ball Tour” HBO Special, Creative Visionary/ Choreographer for the Bad Boy 20th Anniversary Reunion Tour, presently a Co-Producer for the hit television show The Four on FOX, and prominently featured in the award winning documentary CAN’T STOP WON’T STOP: A BAD BOY STORY for her integral role in bringing the tour to life. Gibson is a 360 brand in her own right and is ready to let the entire world know. Known as the artist to the artists, Gibson has numerous international superstars on her resume such Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Diddy, Akon, K-Pop’s Big Bang, and Nicki Minaj just to name a few; not to mention, she has also worked for and collaborated with icons Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson and Beyonce. Blending artist development and creative direction, combined with a distinct intuitive eye and an artist in her own right, Gibson is one of the most sought-after entities in the music, television and film industries today.
2018 is shaping up to be Gibson’s most powerful year yet, combined with the new FOX competition show THE FOUR judges Sean “Diddy” Combs, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor, Charlie Walk and host Fergie; Gibson also starred and produced her upcoming docu-series for Lifetime, “LAURIEANN GIBSON: Beyond The Spotlight”, which follows her as she builds and shapes her company into one of the most sought after brands in the entertainment industry – all while trying to maintain some semblance of a personal life. Artists who have made guest appearances on the highly-anticipated show so far are French Montana, Omarion, Diddy and the Bad Boy Family, Fantasia and Tamar Braxton. Also, Gibson will be Executive Producing alongside Mary J. Blige a scripted series for FOX titled 8 COUNTS that’s loosely based on her life. 8 COUNTS follows a choreographer who takes an up-and-coming singer under her wing for a shot at superstardom.
Gibson’s entry into reality television began in 2005 as the choreographer for MTV’s hit show “Making the band”, where her signature moves were viewed by millions of fans for three seasons. Since then she has appeared as a judge on the MTV Series “Starmaker”, “Skating with the Stars” for ABC, Global TV’s “Canada Sings 2” and Tru TV’s “Fake Off” Season 2. As a choreographer, on So You Think You Can Dance. Furthermore, Gibson starred in E! Network’s Dance Scene and on BET’s Born to Dance, for which she also served as an Executive Producer.