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She's confident, she's fun. Girl's just all around awesome.

LaTroy, "I Only Have Eyes for You"

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Amy Abigail[5] is a lyrical and acro dancer on A-Troupe[6] and formerly on AcroNation.[7]

Amy auditions for and makes it onto A-Troupe.[8][9] After the team's loss at Regionals, Amy's mom becomes extremely invested in her dance life.[10][11]

Despite an excellent audition, Amy does not make it onto A-Troupe the following dance season due to questioning Emily.[12] As a result, Amy is demoted to B-Troupe.[12] She begrudgingly joins TNS West, but continues to lie to her mother that she is on A-Troupe. Eventually, her mother discovers the the truth, and she is pulled out of the studio.[5] With Piper's help, she makes it onto TNS East, but at the cost of Piper's spot.[13]


Before the show

At a dance competition, Amy performed a solo and ripped her pants while doing the splits. Not wanting the audience to see the tear, Amy performed the rest of the dance with her legs together.[14]

Amy was once cut from a dance team because she could not master a double-back-handspring-back-layout. She practiced the move all summer in the hopes of making the team the next time she auditioned, but was unsuccessful.[15]

At Amy's previous studio, she danced there for the wrong reason; she wanted to impress everyone because she didn't want to disappoint them. Upon moving to The Next Step, she realized that she could just go onstage and not worry about what everyone thought.[16]

During one summer, Amy worked at a gas station.[17]

Season 4

Amy arrives at The Next Step for the open house where she meets Cassie. There, she witnesses Richelle dancing, which makes her fear that she won't make it onto A-Troupe.[18] Amy makes it into A-Troupe, but her nerves are far from dispelled.[9] To reduce her fear, she joins the Zero Percent Club.[9]

After making it into the small group for the second qualifier, she helps LaTroy with a contemporary combo through unconventional teaching methods and grows closer to him.[4] Amy gains feelings for LaTroy and, after assuring him of their chemistry, is asked out by him.[2]

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Amy regards Sloane sadly after she admits that she isn't ready to be friends with her again.

When Amy discovers that Sloane likes LaTroy but that LaTroy does not feel the same way, she asserts that she and LaTroy should continue dating regardless. As a result, her friendship with Sloane deteriorates, much to her discontent.[2]

Amy is saddened to learn that LaTroy will be leaving The Next Step indefinitely to renovate a farmhouse with his dad but is supportive of him.[19]

When forced to clean the mirrors in the Rehearsal Room with Sloane, Amy tries and succeeds in regaining her friendship with her.[17] Amy also helps Sloane mend her relationship with LaTroy.[20]

Amy runs for the title of dance captain, but does not get it due to her distracted nature and poor public speaking skills. She is hardly upset about the loss though, as she gets to keep the light bulb that she uses in one of the tasks.[1]

Amy is ecstatic when LaTroy returns to the studio[21] and her affection for him only grows, until she realizes that she loves him. She is nervous about telling LaTroy as much, but eventually does from the sheer excitement of her first kiss with him. She is over-the-moon when he resounds the proclamation.[22] Therefore, Amy is heartbroken and angry when LaTroy eventually breaks up with her before the Regionals finals, realizing that he lied when he said he loved her.[10]

The Off Season: Season 1

Amy has gotten over her break-up with LaTroy and is now friends with him again.[11]

Amy grows concerned when her mother, a former professional dancer, vows to be more involved in her dance.[11]

Season 5

Amy is wary of Emily being the new studio head, believing the troupe will devolve into one full of robots. When Emily demotes various dancers to B-Troupe before even seeing them audition, Amy begins to voice her disbelief, but is silenced by Emily. Despite her excellent audition, it is this outburst that causes Amy not to qualify onto A-Troupe and be demoted to B-Troupe. Amy is devastated and knows that she cannot tell her mother the truth.[12]

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Amy convinces Piper to do a duet with her in order to keep up her lie to her mother.

Amy begrudgingly joins TNS West, but is wary of the lack of technical training within the members of the troupe. Amy continues to lie to her mother that she is on A-Troupe and eventually pulls Piper into her lying as well. By way of this lying, Amy unintentionally gets Piper into trouble with Emily, angering Piper to the point that she tells her she will not talk to her until Amy tells her mother the truth.[23] Amy is left even more devastated as her relationship with Piper continues to digress.[24]

When Amy finally finds herself feeling at home at TNS West, her mother discovers the truth about her dance life. Consequently, Amy is forced to leave the studio.[5]

Forlorn about being unable to dance and having nothing to lose, Amy takes part in Piper's plan to get her to be an alternate on TNS East. After begging Emily to let her dance, Amy performs some of Daniel's choreography and makes it onto the troupe. Amy comes to realize that she has taken Piper's spot on the team and tells Piper that she will try to get her back onto the team, although Piper is unresponsive to the idea.[13] Although, Amy is happy to find that Piper is not mad at her and is happy on TNS West.[25]

Amy is ecstatic in helping her team win the dance battle against TNS West, even though it means that Piper's team has lost.[26] Amy is distraught when the studio is disallowed from competing at Regionals and is the first to learn of Piper's plan to merge the two teams.[27] Although, Amy's hopefulness in light of the merge is dampened when she is forced by her mother to audition for Gemini[28] and, furthermore, become a member of the team. With Piper's help, Amy is finally able to confront her mother about her feelings and convinces her to let her stay at The Next Step.[29]

Amy is ecstatic when the team qualifies for Regionals.[30]

The Off Season: Season 2

Amy auditions for the Stacy Carpenter Scholarship and dances about 'love'.[31]

Season 6

Upon the arrival of Miss Angela, Amy is shocked and upset like the rest of A-Troupe with Miss Angela's favouritism towards Lily.[32] She, like the rest of A-Troupe, believes that Richelle is the perfect person to take down Miss Angela and is shocked by Richelle's seeming betrayal of the team.[33] However, upon realizing that Richelle was undercover, Amy goes along with the plan to rid the studio of Miss Angela and participates in the food fight.[34]

However, when the new line placements for Regionals are announced, Amy, like Richelle and Jacquie, is upset with her line placement.[35] However, unlike Richelle and Jacquie, she does not try to sabotage Summer to get her to move to AcroNation.[36]

Amy is disappointed upon discovering that she is not being considered for the solo at the Absolute Dance WildStylz convention. She is therefore delighted to help stand in for Simone in a trio with Ty and Adrian at AcroNation because she is valued by Thalia as a dancer.[37]

When Michelle and Emily pair up the dancers via a personality test for duets to determine who will assist Leon Blackwood at the upcoming convention, Amy and Henry are paired together. Amy is initially delighted, but becomes frustrated when Henry waylays their rehearsal by going to the store to return his tuxedo and locking them out of his car. After learning that Henry gave up attending prom for filming the Regionals qualifier video, Amy decides not to fight with him anymore. Instead, practise their duet in the car park and almost kiss at the culmination of their duet, being interrupted by his mother.[38]

Amy subsequently decides to throw prom for Henry. After informing Henry and the rest of A-Troupe about the prom, Amy hopes that Henry will invite her. However, due to his wanting to throw an epic promposal for her, he delays too long and Amy is eventually invited to prom by Ty, to whom she accepts.[39] At prom, she wishes that she were with Henry, but she finally decides to have fun with Ty.[40]

After asking Michelle what her and Emily's plans are for Amy and discovering that at The Next Step, she will always be a middle dancer, Amy ultimately decides to join AcroNation.[41]

She helps AcroNation to win the wildcard spot at Absolute Dance WildStylz convention. Upon qualifying for Regionals, Thalia decides that Amy will be the soloist at the competition for the five-point advantage.[42] Amy competes and loses to Lily.[43]

After rehearsal, Amy and Ty kiss, to which Henry witnesses. Amy and Henry get into a fight about the prom, Amy going with Ty and Henry going with Summer. They decide that "they had a moment, but it passed", after which they separately perform solos to the same song. At the end of her solo, Amy is asked out by Ty; she agrees to go on a date with him.[44]

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The Off Season: Season 3

Amy, having asked Michelle and Emily to rejoin A-Troupe, becomes a member of The Next Step again.[45]


Amy is very optimistic and happy individual who is often seen smiling. She cares deeply about others, especially her friends. Amy can come off as very silly under pressure, proven while running for the title of dance captain.[1]

Amy's positive disposition is not to be mistaken for being a pushover. Amy is able to speak her mind when she deems something wrong, sometimes with negative consequences, as seen when she does not make it onto A-Troupe after questioning Emily.[12] The rare time when Amy is sad, she is exceptionally so, which is often paired with tears. Amy once appears so distraught to Heather while sitting in Neutral Grounds that she is given a free drink.[13]

Physical appearance


Amy has light, freckled skin and blue-green eyes. Her hair is initially light brown, but is later dyed golden brown.


Amy's dance wear usually consists of a blue, green or light purple sleeveless top and varying coloured shorts. On occasion, she wears leggings.



  • Acro: One of Amy's main styles is acro, and it appears to be Amy's strongest style. Amy's acro has even been compared to Giselle's.[12][13]
  • Ballet: Amy is an exceptional ballet dancer who is able to dance on pointe.[6]
  • Contemporary: Amy is a proficient contemporary dancer. She successfully teaches LaTroy a contemporary combo, of which he successfully performs and is complimented by Sloane on.[4]
  • Hip-hop: Although Amy does not specialize in hip-hop, she is quite good at it. She dances in Leon Blackwood's masterclass hip-hop routine and is complimented by him on quickly picking up the choreography.[24]
  • Jazz: Although one of Amy's main styles is jazz, she does not perform much of it. When she does perform it though, she does so with much proficiency.
  • Lyrical: Lyrical is another of Amy's dominant styles and she is a proficient lyrical dancer.


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Season 4

The Off Season: Season 1

Season 5

The Off Season: Season 2

Season 6

The Off Season: Season 3

Season 7


Group dances

Group dances


Group dances


Group dances



Main article: Amy/Quotes


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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "I Only Have Eyes for You." Wikia. Retrieved on May 20, 2016.
  3. name="s6e7">"Oh Solo Me-Oh." Wikia. Retrieved on July 30, 2018.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "The Game Belongs to Me." Wikia. Retrieved on April 6, 2016.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 "It's All Fun and Games...." Wikia. Retrieved on May 27, 2017.
  6. 6.0 6.1 "United and Divided." Wikia. Retrieved on August 10, 2017.
  7. "The Return of Amy". Wikia. Retrieved on October 18, 2019.
  8. "Stir It Up." Wikia. Retrieved on May 20, 2017.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 "Welcome to the Jungle." Wikia. Retrieved on March 12, 2016.
  10. 10.0 10.1 "A Change Is Gonna Come." Wikia. Retrieved on May 20, 2017.
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  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 "The New Regime." Wikia. Retrieved on May 27, 2017.
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  15. "Rivalry." Wikia. Retrieved on December 14, 2016.
  16. "Amy's Audition." Wikia. Retrieved on June 19, 2018.
  17. 17.0 17.1 "Kiss and Tell." Wikia. Retrieved on October 15, 2016.
  18. "One More Time." Wikia. Retrieved on February 15, 2016.
  19. "How Deep Is Your Love." Wikia. Retrieved on June 20, 2016.
  20. "Karma Police." Wikia. Retrieved on November 26, 2016.
  21. "It Ain't Easy." Wikia. Retrieved on May 20, 2017.
  22. "Even Better Than the Real Thing." Wikia. Retrieved on May 20, 2017.
  23. "Dance, Lies and Hoverboards." Wikia. Retrieved on May 27, 2017.
  24. 24.0 24.1 "Leon Me." Wikia. Retrieved on May 27, 2017.
  25. "Heathers." Wikia. Retrieved on August 23, 2017.
  26. "East Meets West." The Next Step. Family Channel. Retrieved on December 25, 2017.
  27. "TNS: Civil War." The Next Step. Family Channel. Retrieved on December 25, 2017.
  28. "Stand Together or Fall Apart." The Next Step. Family Channel. Retrieved on December 25, 2017.
  29. "Stand and Deliver." The Next Step. Family Channel. Retrieved on December 25, 2017.
  30. "Pointe of No Return." The Next Step. Family Channel. Retrieved on December 25, 2017.
  31. "Amy's Audition." Wikia. Retrieved on June 19, 2018.
  32. "Grave New World". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  33. "Dance-Zilla". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  34. "Coup d'Etat". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  35. "Summer Lovin'". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  36. "Mean Twirls". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  37. "Oh Solo Me-Oh". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  38. "Mash-Up Match-Up". Wikia. Retrieved on September 24, 2018.
  39. "Amy's Prom Has Got It Goin' On". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  40. "Twinkle Toes". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  41. "Never Been Picked". Wikia. Retrieved on September 24, 2018.
  42. "Convention Tension". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  43. "Sweet and Salty". Wikia. Retrieved on November 22, 2018.
  44. "Ty'd to You". Wikia. Retrieved on September 24, 2018.
  45. "The Return of Amy". Wikia. Retrieved on November 17, 2019.
  46. Is Amy (Shelby) really named after Amy Wright? Are there other characters named after someone? | (May 26, 2016). Retrieved on May 27, 2016.
  47. "The Girl is Mine". Wikia. Retrieved on March 13, 2018.
  48. "Welcome to Miami". Wikia. Retrieved on March 13, 2018.
  49. "Mean Twirls". Wikia. Retrieved on October 20, 2018.
  50. "Ty'd to You". Wikia. Retrieved on September 12, 2018.
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