Here's some info that I've gotten from an insider of the movie BIO4 (thanks a lot!)
Anniese Taylor Dendy, also goes by Anniese Taylor. She's a dancer and used to be on the Orlando Magic's dance team. Now she designs costumes for NBA dance teams, through her company (Esienna Designs- which is her name backwards)
Myspace: Anniese Taylor's MySpace
Here are also some Myspace pages for some of the cheerleaders in the film:
Here's an interesting news I found while going through the net again yesterday.
TWINS LAND ROLES IN 'BRING IT ON' MOVIE
by Carrie Sheffield
Last year when Rob and Dave DiVencenzo, twin Emerson seniors, competed in the national cheerleading competition in Las Vegas they met acclaimed choreographer Tony Gonzalez. Gonzalez watched the twins tumbling and performing cheerleading routines and approached them about trying out for a Broadway production.
Unfortunately, the logistics of auditioning didn't work out, but Gonzalez didn't forget about the Haverhill, Mass., natives with the awesome gymnastic abilities. When he was brought in to be the choreographer for the fourth Bring it On cheerleading movie, Bring it On: In It To Win, he called the twins and asked them to come to the casting call in Orlando, Fla.
The twins jumped at the chance and got in their car and drove nonstop to Florida for the audition. Rob and Dave, who are considered Pro-X Cheerleaders – professional extreme cheerleader capable of doing stunts considered too dangerous for high school and college athletes – have placed in numerous national cheerleading competitions. They coach cheerleading teams at Celebrity Cheer in Salem, N.H., and cheer for the East Elite team out of Tewksbury, Mass. At the Bring it On audition they were immediately given supporting roles.
Rob says he enjoys performing through cheerleading; however, he would like to challenge himself to act more. His dream job would be to get paid to cheer, dance and act.
"Dave and I felt so lucky to have been picked for the movie. The whole cast is so amazing, professional, and knowledgeable not just about the craft of filming a movie, but also the entertainment industry as a whole. It's a great learning experience for us."
Because all the filming locations were in Orlando, Rob and Dave had to take a leave of absence from Emerson. They packed their bags in March and headed to Florida to begin all-day rehearsals five days a week until June. Rob says they'll have approximately 27 days to shoot the $10 million movie.
"Every day we wake up at 7 a.m. to get to the set by 8 a.m.," Rob says. "If you're even one minute late for the 9 a.m. start, you're pretty much fired, so we'd rather show up 45 minutes early than lose our jobs."
The twins say they spent days learning the moves. "There's tons of choreography," Rob says. "We get a one-hour lunch break, and then it's back to work. We get out around 5:30 or 6 p.m. every night." He says they need to learn approximately 10 to 12 intricate dance and tumbling routines.
** This is just a snip-bit of the news. If you want to read the full version, just click HERE