Todrick Hall is an American YouTube personality who became recognized for auditioning for the ninth season of American Idol and making it to the semi-finals. Todrick is known more nowadays for his self-titled YouTube channel and his appearances on RuPaul's Drag Race as a judge and choreographer.

Todrick was one of the guest judges on the sixth episode of Season 8 to later become a regular judge on All Stars 2. Todrick later appeared as a guest judge on the third and fifth episode of Season 9.

As a musician, Todrick has collaborated with several RuPaul's Drag Race alumni, including Trixie Mattel, Shangela, Bob the Drag Queen, and RuPaul herself. He has also performed on Broadway and was a co-producer on Taylor Swift's music video for You Need to Calm Down.

About Todrick Hall

"A native of Texas, Todrick is a singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, choreographer, playwright, costume designer, Broadway performer, American Idol finalist, star of his own self-titled MTV Show and viral YouTube sensation with over 2 million subscribers and 400 million views. Dancing since the young age of 9, Hall is a classically trained ballet dancer who has traveled the world performing with Disney's Beauty and the Beast, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Royal Caribbean & Holland America Cruise lines, Walt Disney World and Disneyland's California Adventure. His Broadway credits include Oprah Winfrey's "The Color Purple" and The 2010 Tony Award Winning Musical "Memphis," and most recently his box office record-breaking run as Lola in "Kinky Boots." In the 4 years he has been a full-time YouTuber he has had the honor of opening the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards, being a judge on "RuPaul's Drag Race" and "Gay for Play," choreographing music videos for Beyonce, writing and starring in the Virgin America Safety Video, Fiat Commercials and the theme song for the new online version of Jim Henson's Sesame Street. Using his title to entertain his "Toddlerz" isn't the only thing Hall uses his platform for. In 2014, Hall was named one of Forbes 30 under 30 entrepreneurs. He has teamed up with campaigns such as The Trevor Project, The City of West Hollywood, HIV Equal and HIV Beats to help raise awareness of several issues within the LGBTQ community."

(Extracted from Todrick's official page)

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Advice from Todrick Hall himself is shared on this episode of Breaking Broadway, produced by the Broadway Podcast Network.

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