Digital media company and multi-channel network StyleHaul has signed Dance Moms star-turned-digital influencer Chloe Lukasiak, the company announced. Lukasiak, who departed the hit Lifetime show about a Pittsburgh competitive dance team in 2014, now counts millions of fans across her Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter accounts, according to StyleHaul.
On her YouTube page, with over 1.1 million subscribers, Lukasiak posts beauty and lifestyle-related videos, as well as dance tutorials and performances. She also has roughly 5 million followers on Instagram. StyleHaul says it will help Lukasiak supercharge her video output.
Lukasiak, who also won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Dancer in 2015, has also starred in two feature films: the Lifetime dance sequel Center Stage: On Point, as well as the upcoming Cowgirl’s Story, which is about challenges faced by high school girls whose parents are fighting war overseas in Afghanistan. It will be released in theaters next May.
StyleHaul says it’s the largest digital network for fashion, beauty, lifestyle, and millennial mom creators, with more than 6,500 YouTubers in 86 countries, including Aspyn Ovard, Dulce Ruiz, Brooklyn & Bailey, and Mindy KcKnight of Cute Girls Hairstyles fame. Earlier this month, StyleHaul announced Hauk, a new destination featuring videos from sartorially-inclined male creators, as well as gaming, sports, comedy, and prank videos.