Rigel Realina dedicates his time to performing in the Vancouver community, continually being involved in charitable organizations such as Make-A-Wish, and the Kidney Foundation. With a humble appreciation to all who believed in him, Rigel joins the Club F.U.C.I. cast, driven by positivity and opportunity.
Originally from California, Classical and Jazz music inspired Giselle to delve into music at age five. A year later, she began singing. After trying her hand at Nobel Middle School drama program in California, Giselle moved to Canada at age 13 and promptly joined New West Minister Secondary’s choir. Since then, she has continued to pursue acting, singing, dancing and songwriting. She sings at events all throughout her community, including Family Day at the queue, Queensweep at Queensborough Community Centre and a Christmas tree chipping event at the Canada Games Pool.
Galina has been dancing since the age of 4 where she trained at La Riva Dance Studio… Galina skills include hip-hop, Hawaiian and a wide variety of ballroom dances from instructor Ms. Elaine Carson. She has won many dance awards with her dance group and has competed in Peak invitational, World of Dance. In 2013 Galina was awarded Miss Talent in the FABC pageant, where she showcased her talent in dance.
She has coached the junior and senior dance team at her secondary school for the past 3 years and spends most of her time after school teaching the dance teams. Galina has been a hip hop choreographer for younger kids for 5 years now. In 2008 Galina took singing lessons from Mr. Roy Oquendo and Mr. Kikz De Leon and has participated in many of their events. In 2010 she took piano lessons from Ms. Imelda Gaborno and guitar lessons from the Rufus Guitar Company. Galina spends a lot of her time volunteering for Club F.U.C.I as she enjoys what Club F.U.C.I has to offer for her. She has contributed to the community by performing for many local events since she started dancing.
Galina continues to give back to the community by sharing her skills and experiences with others. She spreads her love and passion for dance to the community at every opportunity that presents itself.
Hope started dancing at the age of 5 years old at the La Riva Dance studio. She also took voice lesson at the age of 5 with Roy Oquendo and with Kikz De Leon. She participated in many charitable events such as make a wish foundation and fundraising events to raise money for the abandoned kids in the Philippines. She also won several dance competion in Peak invitational along with her dance group.
Izabelle is a committed young lady who dedicates her spare time volunteering and assisting with dance teaching ages 5 to 12 years of age. Her passion with the entertainment industry has lead her to also volunteering as a camera and videographer in the Club F.U.C.I./ Shaw and now slowly gaining confidence to being a co-host for the show.
Izabelle’s personality appears shy but her dedication and passion for music & entertainment shows her strength her greatest talent.
Jaydene Garcia is an avid teenager who is keen on today’s trends amongst her peers. With plenty of experience with the StreetBeat brand, Club F.U.C.I. marks Jaydene’s first steps into the hosting realm of entertainment. Alongside hosting, Jaydene will be sure to bring you the best of the Club F.U.C.I. world on the site blog!
Josh has loved to dance, even before he put on his first pair of Tap shoes, at the age of 3. He studied and competed in Tap and Jazz under the tutelage of Sarah Moore, Michelle Brownlee, Danielle Gardner (SYTYCD Season 3), and Morri-Lynn Murray (Aer-Elite).
At 8, Josh took Hip Hop and Breaking with Joffer Mercado. The moves and music opened up a whole new world of dance. During his teen years, Josh furthered his Hip Hop and Breaking with Jheric Hizon and members his professional dance crew N.O.N. (Now Or Never). Last year, Josh returned to Tap and had the privilege to dance, compete and represent Canada at the Dance World Cup with Aer-Elite Studios.
Josh loves to share his joy and art of dance with other children. He knows that all children can learn to dance. He has spent the last couple of years as an assistant with Morri-Lynn in her dance therapy class with teens and children with Autism.