Step Up 3D Dancer: I'd Love to Choreograph for Justin Bieber!

Entertainment Aug. 18, 2010 AT 4:09PM
Step Up 3D Dancer: I'd Love to Choreograph for Justin Bieber! Credit: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images; Andy Sheppard/Redferns

She's already appeared on the big screen in Step Up 3D, but pro hip-hop dancer Kendra Andrews knows just who she'd pick to bust a move with for her next role.

"I totally have 'Bieber fever," Andrews, 27, tells UsMagazine.com of the teen pop phenom. "It would be so fun to work with Justin, I'd love that -- we'd be Team Bieber. He's adorable!"

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What type of routine would Andrews choreograph for the 16-year-old?

"Something funky! He's got swag," the dancer gushes to Us. "And he's got style, so I wouldn't want to cramp his style and put him in a horrific routine."

Andrews, who appears in Step Up 3D as fiery street dancer Anala, has already seen her choreography pointers pay off: Her older sister, Erin, competed on Dancing With the Stars' tenth season.

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While the pro tells Us she didn't want to be an "overwhelming stage sister," she confirms she did give her sis pointers on how to shake it with partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

"We lived together at the time and she'd ask my thoughts on [her routines]," Andrews says. "One time she had a freestyle moment in her Samba routine and had to be really sexy. So we practiced her moves in our living room! That was really fun."

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Which celeb would Andrews love to see follow in her sister's footsteps and compete on the show's new season? Neil Patrick Harris!

"He wouldn't need much help, because he's a seasoned performer and would pick up choreography easily," she says of Harris, who performed a song-and-dance number on last year's Oscars telecast. "I have a blast dancing with Neil. Though I'm not sure they'd even have him as a contestant on the show because he's so multi-talented and can do everything!"

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