Gracie Haschak is a talented young American dancer who has carved a niche for herself in the social media through her talent. Introduced to the world of dance at a very young age, Haschak found it irresistible to separate herself from it and got more and more immersed into it eventually. She first found fame when she danced for MattyB’s music video ‘Daddy Says No’ and has since thence been a dancer for various music videos and cover songs. Interestingly, much like her, her sisters too found their interest in dancing and soon followed her. The Haschak sisters started their YouTube channel, namely, ‘Haschak Sisters’, which has more than 2.8 million subscribers as of May 2017. On the channel, they share their music videos and cover songs. Though Gracie Haschak hasn’t made it to television until date, her presence in social media is overpowering. She has earned millions of fans through her performances.
The Meteoric Rise to Stardom
Ask Haschak when did she start dancing and she wittingly replies as far as she remembers, she has always danced. Born to dance, Haschak trained with the Temecula Dance Company in the early years, learning different dance forms in the process. Haschak first came to limelight when she was featured on a music video of MattyB’s ‘Daddy Says No’. Almost instantly, Haschak became an overnight star. Her dancing skills were greatly lauded and appreciated and thus, opened doorway for a future in dance. Following the superlative response to her debut video, she was flooded with offers and soon found herself dancing on many music videos and cover songs. She collaborated with MattyB yet again for the latter’s music video ‘My Hump’ which also starred her sister, Madison. They also did cover video of Kanye West's ‘Clique’. The sister duo also did a cover video of Mark Ronson’s ‘Uptown Funk’, which garnered over one million views. Other than dancing for music videos, Haschak has also collaborated with other YouTubers users. Together with her three sisters, she started a YouTube Channel called Haschak Sisters, on which she regularly uploads videos. Other videos that she has appeared in include ‘Sorry, I Wanna Dance’, ‘Gold Digger’, ‘Get Away’, ‘Gossip Girl’, ‘Girls Rule the World’ and ‘Slumbe Party’. Haschak’s other works include being a principal dancer for various commercials including Kohls, Disney Tinkerbell, Lalaloopsy and more. She was also a dancer for the shows, ‘90210’ and ‘America's Got Talent’ and for the video game ‘Just Dance 2’.
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Gracie Haschak was born on April 7, 2002 in California, USA, to John Haschak and Kathi Haschak. Her mother worked as the studio manager in the Temecula Dance Company. It was there that the bud for dancing in Haschak was sowed. For a decade, she trained with the company learning different styles including musical theatre, jazz, lyrical, ballet, hip-hop, and tap. She has three sisters, Madison, Olivia and Sierra. Interestingly, following her footsteps, her sisters too took up dancing and have established a name of their own. They work together with Gracie as well on Haschak sisters’ YouTube channel. In her mid-teens, Gracie Haschak is today juggling amidst her work as a dancer and her education.
On the romantic front, Haschak has been quite open about her relationship status. During a face to face session with audience in her channel, she was asked if she had a boyfriend. She blatantly refused stating that she was too busy with her school, study and dance to concentrate on anything else. Though reports of her dating fellow YouTube singer and rapper, MattyB, started doing the rounds, she rubbished all of them which eventually turned out to be false reports. Haschak openly claims that she would probably date when she reached 20.