Taylor Greer is from Garland, Texas. She graduated from South Garland High School where she was a 3 year member of the Southern Belles drill team and was Captain of the group in her senior year. During high school, Taylor had the opportunity to continue her dance training under Kim McSwain at the Centre for Dance and at Dallas Powerhouse of Dance. She received numerous awards as a soloist including being named a Jump Convention finalist and a Stage One Production National Champion. After graduating from high school, Taylor attended Kilgore College where she was a member of the Kilgore Rangerettes. During her time as a Rangerette, Taylor was a member of the Rangerette Swingsters and was a dance soloist at the annual spring show, Revels. Taylor has also served as a choreographer for Revels. In 2010, Taylor was selected to dance on stage during the Super Bowl halftime show featuring the Black Eye Peas. Upon completing her Associate of Arts degree at Kilgore, Taylor attended Chapman University in Orange, California where she auditioned and was accepted into the prestigious dance program. While at Chapman, Taylor was selected in both 2012 and 2013 as one of a few dancer to represent Chapman University in their Dance Tour performing throughout the state of California. After graduating from Chapman with a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Performance, Taylor moved to West Hollywood in Los Angeles and continued her training as a dancer where she has worked with and appeared in videos for talented choreographers for two years. In 2016, Taylor moved back to Dallas, TX to pursue her career as a dance instructor and choreographer. She is currently a Dallas Cowboy Rhythm & Blue Dancer (a high-energy co-ed hip-hop dance team).
On August 31, 2017