Leiomy made her TV debut on season 4 of Randy Jackson's America's Best Dance Crew with Vogue Evolution in 2009.
The 28-year-old Puerto Rican, Bronx native, known for her spins earned the nicknamed "La Mujer Maravilla." Or simply...
Anyone who can do this in high heels...
And take those dips from the stage to the front row is a woman of damn wonder.
And if you trip: catch it, spin on it and dip like nobody's watching.
One of her signature moves, "The Lolly" puts a simple hair flip to shame.
Admit it. You're probably nodding your head in sync.
Mmhmm. I'll wait.
Pop culture took notice with Beyonce busting out "The Lolly" in her "Video Phone" music video. The move is also featured in Britney Spears' "If U Seek Amy" video and a Dance Central dance routine to the song "Lap Dance."
In 2010, Leiomy appeared in Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair" video as the coolest damn chaperone in detention.
Paying homage to the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning, Leiomy was featured in Icona Pop's "All Night" music video.
Recently she joined fellow vogue pioneers at FKA Twigs' "Congregata" concert in NYC in a sparkly champagne leotard. Werk.
Since ABDC she has travelled all over the world teaching the art of vogue including London, Austria and Germany to name a few. Below she's showing techniques during a vogue workshop in Paris.
Her style is often imitated but never duplicated. She moves in a wind motion with confidence and sex appeal.
And then there are times when she's so electrifying it's just disrespectful in the perfect way.
When La Mujer Maravilla goes in battle mode, it's nothing short of a Mortal Kombat fatality.
Then you're on the other side of the screen, feeling more hype like you downed a case of Red Bulls.
You're so amp that you try to duck walk and cramp up. Besides, how could you explain your injuries to your health insurance let alone explain the emphasis behind "Bam, bam! Shawam!"? Let's not even.