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Teyana Taylor launching dance fitness site

Published 28/10/2016

Teyana Taylor
Teyana Taylor

The star wants fans to shape up by dancing along with her.

R&B singer Teyana Taylor is embarking on a new fitness venture to help people get in shape with dance choreography.

The 25-year-old stunned fans in August (16) when Kanye West debuted his Fade music promo, featuring Teyana as the star, at the MTV Video Music Awards.

In the video, the singer showed off her killer abs and toned body as she performed a sexy dance routine in a gym, just months after giving birth to her first child.

Now Teyana is capitalising on her fitness fame by launching a membership-only exercise website, Fade 2 Fitness, on which she will share the secrets to her exercise success with fans.

"I'm proud to FINALLYYYYYY announce FADE 2 FITNESS!!!," she writes on Instagram. "Everyone, please check out the link in my bio! Sign up to stay updated on upcoming dance workouts and behind the scenes footage of my workout choreography that I did to get back in shape after having baby Junie!"

She adds, "DONT SLEEP ON DANCE!! The new year is AROUND THE CORNER so sign up, Submit and dance with me to 2 Get Fit!!!"

The post was accompanied by a video of Teyana showing off her best dance moves.

The star welcomed her daughter Iman Tayla Shumpert, Jr., nicknamed Junie, last December (15) with her then-fiance, Cleveland Cavaliers basketball star Iman Shumpert.

The couple has since secretly tied the knot, with the new mum confirming the news during an appearance on America's The Wendy Williams Show late last month (Sep16).

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