Hayley Kiyoko Alcroft born April 3, is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Beginning dance lessons as a child, Kiyoko's interest in entertaining led to her working as a child model and actress. She appeared in a variety of films including Scooby-Doo! Kiyoko was a founding member of The Stunners in Following the singles "Sleepover", " Feelings ", and "Curious" she released her debut studio album Expectations on March 30, The album reached the top 20 of the charts in United States, Canada and Australia. She has also created a comic book, with the help of Naomi Franquiz and Marla Vazquez, based on her song " Gravel to Tempo ". She was appointed "Commissioner of Entertainment" in her sophomore year and "Commissioner of Pep Rallies" in her junior year. She created and choreographed "The Agoura High Step Team " which was faculty-approved as a school club under her direction.
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She poses and talks with the lucky ones who paid for meet-and-greet photo ops with the rising star. They ask for prom poses, Ring Pop proposals and cheek kisses to which Kiyoko politely declines. Who have I become? These days, a nail salon visit is a rare moment to relax. Growing up, Kiyoko always embraced her creative side. During the summers, Kiyoko and her two siblings would go to Florida while her mom worked with Disney on Ice and travel to Utah while she trained with Olympians. Work was always first. Even last year, when her dad was sick, he encouraged his wife to continue working. After seeing the Disney film Brink!
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