Misty Copeland Gets Emotional About Making History | She's The Boss S3E1

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In the premiere episode for Season 3 of She's The Boss, Misty Copeland gets emotional about making history as the first African African Principal Dancer at the American Ballet Theater. She also talks about having creative control on branded deals such as creating her own Barbie doll and becoming an entrepreneur with her new dancewear line Égal launching this fall.

Director(s): jade martin

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