That eclecticism makes for a dynamic feed on Instagram, where Bradley shares her daily looks and peeks behind the I have a therapist elvis the king can’t help falling in love heart shirt it is in the first place but scenes of her training. Whether she’s chilling in Manhattan sporting a neon pink princess dress, posting mirror selfies in ’70s-style Rachel Antonoff bell bottoms, or wearing one of the elaborate Marc Chagall–designed Firebird costumes, her content is consistently compelling. “I try to have a good balance between ballet posts and ‘normal’ life posts. I know the average person enjoys seeing ballet footage,” she says. “But I also love clothes, funny moments with my friends, [and]different forms of art.” The variety has also allowed her to touch on social issues, sharing updates about Black Lives Matter and her version of the #VogueCoverChallenge.
Is TikTok on the I have a therapist elvis the king can’t help falling in love heart shirt it is in the first place but verge of being ousted from the U.S.? The social media app known for dance challenges and viral songs is facing a possible ban in the country after President Donald Trump declared on Friday that he might do so, citing national security concerns. TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance, is Chinese, and Trump believes American users could be unknowingly handing over their user data to the Chinese government through the app, though both TikTok and ByteDance have denied any ties to the Chinese government. For Bradley, dance, fashion, and art are interconnected, and each medium demands a degree of selflessness from those working to provide viewers with experiences that inspire. “So much of being a dancer or model can be looked at as selfish, spending so much time looking at your reflection in the mirror, always self-critiquing, and a lot of self-care,” she says. “But all of that hard work we put into giving our bodies over to our profession is completely for the audience.”