"I believe in sharing. I share in hopes that what I share will help others. Not just material things, but any experience or challenges I have had as well so that others may learn from my experience. I believe sharing is a way of loving people, and giving them the gift of you, and your own life and experiences."

— Carrie Ann Inaba

About Carrie Ann Conversations

Carrie Ann Conversations is a lifestyle media brand created by Carrie Ann Inaba out of an ongoing and authentic desire to develop, produce, and distribute content across multiple platforms that helps audiences heal, feel understood, and grow in their lives.

This is the core of what Carrie Ann Conversations is all about. A belief that if we understand ourselves, we understand the world. If we accept and love ourselves, we accept and love those around us.

Carrie Ann has dedicated much of her life to listening with her heart and eyes wide open. She is a believer in the importance of looking at ourselves deeply, honestly, and with love, finding the most authentic versions of ourselves, and giving ourselves permission to let go of anything that no longer serves us in our journey.

A Little About My Story

Carrie Ann Inaba is a host, choreographer, writer, producer and animal advocate. She is most recognized as a judge on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and a host on CBS' The Talk, as well as for her choreography work on popular series including American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, Dance Wars: Bruno vs Carrie Ann, American Juniors, Dance Fever, The TV Land Awards and The Kids Choice Awards.

She enchanted audiences with her unprecedented and groundbreaking dance performance with Madonna on “The Girlie Show World Tour”and was a Fly Girl in the Emmy Award-Winning In Living Color.

She was also host of Game Show Network’s 1 VS. 100 and TV Guide’s Red Carpet Live, pioneered TV Guide’s Fashion Wrap with Carrie Ann, is the most frequent returning guest host for Live! with Kelly & Ryan and was host and presenter of the American Music Awards’ Red Carpet Exclusive.

She also guest-starred as Hannah Montana’s choreographer Tina in the popular Disney series, but is best known for her role in Austin Powers Goldmember as Fook Yu. ​ ​ Inaba’s passions are not confined to dance and entertainment: In 2012 she launched The Animal Project Foundation, a 501c that collaborates with rescue and animal organizations to create programs that save animals’ lives by providing emergency rescue grants.

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