Dytto, a dance and lifestyle creator who has amassed 2.5 million YouTube subscribers and 4 million Instagram followers, has some new representation. The 20-year-old has signed with Abrams Artists Agency and Ray Hughes Management.
Born Courtney Nicole Kelly and known to fans as ‘Breakdancing Barbie’, Dytto is perhaps best known for her finger-tutting skills — a kind of dance that involves intricate hand movements. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with brands including China Glaze (a nail polish maker that synergizes well with her finger work), M&Ms, and AT&T. Dytto first rocketed to digital fame in 2015 after her ‘Barbie Dance’ performance at the World Of Dance competition went viral, and she has appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on several occasions.
Ray Hughes Management, which will work with Dytto in all areas of her career, manages fellow digital stars Megan Batoon, Jacques Slade, and Asia Jackson. Dytto is also repped by Hansen Jacobsen Teller Hoberman.