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On July 12, 2017, YouTube released a video introducing the show's main cast.[20] On August 13, 2017, the cast of the series, including Jade Chynoweth and Kendra Oyesanya, performed at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards with a highly choreographed dance routine.[21]




Step Up: High Water



Along with being a strong supporter of the disabled community, he is also a part of the African American, Native American, LGBT, and vegetarian communities. When people hear his name, he simply wants them to think that he does excellent work, Graise said. He wants people to see him for his work and nothing else. Through that, he has high hopes that their eyes open to other groups.


Class is officially back in session for the students of High Water in an all-new season of Step Up. Three years after its second season wrapped up, a third installment in the Ne-Yo led show is finally slated for release on October 16, on streaming platform Starz. Conceptualized as a spin-off of Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's widely-popular Step Up franchise, the show tells the stories of students attending prestigious performing arts school High Water as they navigate the murky waters of corruption, romance and rivalry.


A trailer for the upcoming season shows Ne-Yo's Sage Odom take center stage as the High Water founder lands himself in hot water with the police, staring at a hefty murder charge over the death of Ernest Octavio (R. Marcos Taylor) all whilst on the brink of financial ruin. With his life rapidly coming apart at the seams and threatening to derail his tour, Sage's other half Collette Jones desperately attempts to do damage control. The trailer is the first time fans have seen Christina Milian carrying Naya Rivera's legacy as Collette following her tragic death in 2020.


Whilst Sage's mess might sit at the heart of the drama, a first look into the season sees Collette shine, stepping up from the secret woman behind the empire to the woman pulling the strings. In one of her many audacious moves, she hands Rigo Octavio (Terrence Green) the opportunity of a lifetime by giving him a chance to showcase his skills in place of Sage in a bid to recoup the $20 million loss from his tour. A thrilling climax for the trailer sees Collette hint, "everything we've worked for is about to go up in flames." Meanwhile, High Water sees temperatures soar as desire dangles in front of the students, putting loyalty to the ultimate test.


19 Movie and TV Casts That Reunited Remotely During Coronavirus, From 'The Goonies' to 'Full House' (Photos)It's not just your old high school and college buddies that are using stay-at-home quarantines during the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to reconnect with you over Zoom. The casts and teams behind over a dozen beloved shows or films have reunited remotely in recent weeks just to pass the time. Many of the stars are doing conversations for charity, while others are staging full remote episodes or special performances just to perk up a fan's day. In case you missed them earlier, here are all the reunions that took place since the shutdowns began, and we'll add more as they inevitably take place.


It's not just your old high school and college buddies that are using stay-at-home quarantines during the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to reconnect with you over Zoom. The casts and teams behind over a dozen beloved shows or films have reunited remotely in recent weeks just to pass the time. Many of the stars are doing conversations for charity, while others are staging full remote episodes or special performances just to perk up a fan's day. In case you missed them earlier, here are all the reunions that took place since the shutdowns began, and we'll add more as they inevitably take place.


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A growing global movement of young innovators is helping the water sector make progress against urgent challenges like water accessibility and security. Brilliant young minds are helping shape a more sustainable world by developing innovative ways to manage water and by educating others in their communities about water challenges.


Rayson is among tens of thousands of students from more than 40 countries to engage with the SJWP, as young leaders come to the fore and solve water problems in collaboration with industry experts on climate and sustainability solutions.


Among the building movement of young innovators is Team WatApp, which recently won the HackZurich Xylem Water Challenge. In September, the team won the nonstop 40-hour hackathon event in Zurich, Switzerland, with a social gaming app that helps people make smart water choices in their everyday lives, build long-term water-saving habits and share their results with friends.


Global water technology Xylem has a history of promoting youth engagement through its long-running sponsorship of the SJWP, its partnership with HackZurich and the Xylem Ignite Innovation Challenge. Last year, the Xylem Ignite Innovation Challenge invited more than 800 students from around the world to design and develop solutions to real-world water challenges.


This year, the club and Xylem announced an expansion of the initiative to include youth-led projects in Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Cape Coast, Kuala Lumpur and Melbourne. This November, Manchester City fans will have a chance to learn more about the five new projects and vote for their favorite young water heroes. The Water Heroes Academy network aims to positively impact 20,000 more young people over the next four years. 041b061a72


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