The singer took to her Instagram on Saturday to let her fans know she had the opportunity of a lifetime working with Bey. In her post, Dani include a set of credits that her name listed under choreographers. According to Dani, she kept her participation a secret for over a year.
“[Face holding back tears emoji, heart hands emoji] kept this on the DL last year but I’m so grateful to have been apart of some of the choreography for the Queen Beyoncé Renaissance Tour,” Dani wrote. “It was an honor and such a blessing. a dream come true!!! thank you to @beyonce and team, The show looks amazing!!!”
DaniLeigh’s talents as a dancer haven’t gone unnoticed. In addition to working with Beyoncé, the 28-year-old was mentored by the late Prince and directed the music video for his song “Breakfast Can Wait” when she was only 18.
The “Easy” singer isn’t the only celebrity that has a credit on the Renaissance Tour. Natalia Bryant, the eldest daughter of the late Kobe Bryant, is listed as an intern on the tour through Beyoncé’s company Parkwood Entertainment.
This marks Bryant’s third time working with Beyoncé. She partnered with her now-discontinued clothing brand Ivy Park x Adidas for a campaign in November 2021. The commercial featured Bryant modeling the "Halls of Ivy" collection along with Ava Phillippe, Jalen Green, James Harden, and Bey's daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi Carter.
The young model also appeared at Beyoncé's Club Renaissance event in Los Angeles in December 2022. The occasion was hosted by Parkwood.