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Johanne Charlemagne


Johanne Charlemagne was born in Castries, St. Lucia and was a member of The Christylights Dance Group founded by Mrs. Christine Samuel and The National Dance Group of St. Lucia under the leadership of Virginia Alexander (Virgie).

Her sister Erene Charlemagne introduced her to limbo dancing at an early age. She performed with the Limbo Group Flamingo Dancers under the leadership of Vincent Lucas for 8 years representing St. Lucia internationally at the Folklorama Festival held annually in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada. Her dance career with Flamingo dancers lead her to perform at several memorable prestigious events e.g. The filming of Water starring Michael Caine, filmed in Soufriere, she had the honor of performing for Michael Cain and his cast of that movie. At the Windjammer hotel she performed for actor Lou Gosset Jr. who was on island filming a documentary.

She remembers one particular year, every weekend was spent off island, travelling to the private island of Mustique of St. Vincent & the Grenadines, to perform at the famous Basil's Bar, and Cotton House Hotel. She had the honor of performing for Mike Jagger & Jerry Hall. It gave her great pleasure when Ms Hall got up and participated in the limbo show. The following weekend flying to Barbados to board the Cruise ship named Explorer StarShip which sailed to Grenada and on return to St. Lucia Flamingo Dancers performed and thrilled the passengers.

After her 8 years with Flamingo Johanne decided it was time to start her own group, and Stars Incorporated Limbo Dance Group was born. The group is a little over 12 years and throughout the years has changed members, but has always remained consistent.

Your visit to St. Lucia will not be complete if you have not experience their exciting performance. You can catch the show at any of the major hotels on the island. If you are lucky enough to visit on a Cruiseship which leaves the island at night you just might catch her show on board your ship.

"My goal is to represent my island on an international scale. To please my audience and leave them wanting more. To provide the best entertainment for your money" says Johanne.


Terry Jn Baptiste

MY name is Terry Jn Baptiste, the following is a history of my performing arts experiences from the tender age of six years old.

I was only six when my training started, which later led me into the performing arts. It was my father who started my journey by introducing me into the art form of (yoga of posture) which set the foundation upon which my various art forms would later build on. At the age of eight, I was introduced to my uncle who had recently returned from Barbados as a gymnastics instructor at one of the community colleges. Not long after I was being taught gymnastics and I made remarkable progress which enabled me to make my first debut at the age of nine.

The group TTT connection was formed which consisted of my father, uncle and I, we performed the art of acrobatics and martial arts.

AT the age of fourteen my uncle was unable to continue with the TTT connection and as a result I joined a limbo and fire eating group called Flamingo Dancers, shortly after where I was able to grasp the art form with ease, I continued until the age of nineteen.

At the age of twenty I formed a group called The Magnificent Treo and we performed gymnastics and acrobatics which continued for the next six years.

Later that year I was introduced to the group Stars Inc Limbo and Fire Eating group where I am presently anchored. And even now the enthusiasm and determination lives on.

Jessica Leonce

My name is Jessica Leonce and I am a Hair Stylist and Nail Technician by profession, but when I am not styling or doing nails my passion is dance.

Like many dancers I started dancing at school at a tender age, but it was my sister Charlyn a senior dancer with the group Charmalion Dancers under the leadership of Rosemary Etienne who signed me up with the troop. From there my dance career exploded. I started performing at hotels, pageants and many local events.

We moved to the regional stage performing in neighbouring islands like Martinique, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Grenada, Guadeloupe to name a few.

I got a call in March 2009 which took me to a totally different dance experience. I did not hesitate and accepted the offer to join Stars Incorporated and was introduced to fire eating which posed as a challenge, but I am so proud to say I overcame my fear in one night on stage.

Now I can officially say I am a Limbo Dancer and Fire Eater.

Nickita Clarke John

My name is�Nickita Clarke John, a Secondary School Teacher by profession; teaching French and Theatre Arts. I started formal dance training at the age of seven with Christine Samuels of the Christylights Dance Academy.

Later on, I joined the Les Enfants Dance Group where I developed as a dancer. We performed at several private and public performances both here and abroad. I further went on to develop my skills in dance in Guadeloupe.

On my return, I was invited to become a member of the Onyx Dance Crew performing genres which were similar but also a new form in addition to all what I had previously performed. My introduction to Stars Incorporated began when the group leader invited me to join her Team which I happily accepted.

I now perform at many of the major hotels on island, many public and private events. Performing�with this dance family is awesome! I continue to have a passion for dance, music and theatre.

Charlene Mohammed

Born August 11, 1991 in the neighboring soca island of Trinidad and Tobago this beautiful baby arrived into the world, Charlene Mohammed. At the age of three I relocated to simply beautiful Saint Lucia, this country I love calling home.

I was then introduced to the Stars Incorporated Family through one of its members, Tamara Xavier, after performing at an event with her. Days later, rehearsals began and within a couple of weeks I was on stage with the most vibrant energetic dance group.

I am now a professional Dancer for the Fire Eating and Limbo Dancer Group popularly known as Stars incorporated and a senior member of Sofyerie Promotions a vibrant Marketing and Promotions Agency.

As a young and energetic individual I enjoy the outdoors, especially adventurous tours, hosting family events, promoting & marketing goods and services, dancing, singing and being a role model to the young generation in my community; I am also very spiritual, loving and compassionate.

Joedina Kym Celestine


Joedina Kym Celestine is my name. I started performing very early in my years and my very first audience was my family. I would put on shows on my own whenever it was someone's birthday or a holiday and I would also teach my siblings routines and have everyone more involved in my art.

When I got to primary school I realized that this art form would take me to places I could only dream of, so I joined a school dance group named CAM under the management of local teachers. From that day my body has never stopped grooving to different beats. As I grew, I joined more prestigious dance groups and got involved in many more performances from schools auditoriums, to hotels round the island, to Prime Ministers and heads of States Residences/ gatherings.

I've performed on regional stages as well but not only as a dancer but as an ambassador for my country through pageantry. Today, I am a proud member of the islands leading Fire and Limbo Dance Group Stars Incorporated, and have been since 2011. The stage is where my heart is. #dancer4life

Tamara Xavier's

I was first introduced to dancing at the age of 6 when I was enrolled in the Les Enfants Dance group. 10 years later I moved on to the Silver Shadow Performing Arts Academy, where I developed my skills and flexibility which made me into the dancer I am today. Dance has allowed me to travel to a number of places e.g. Suriname for Caifesta, Guadeloupe, Martinique to name a few.

I am currently a member of the Stars Incorporated Family, which is a total transformation to what I was used to. I was faced with the challenge of learning the skill of fire eating, and the technique to allow me to bend under a limbo bar. My goal is to develop myself more, study the art form abroad and become a professional dancer.

William Sherwyn Mariatte aka Smokey

I was introduced to fire eating and breathing 9 years ago by a friend called Marcus. We trained quite a bit until I did my very first performance at the Rex St. Lucia Hotel with the group Lightning Stars . I have taken this art, and made it my own by introducing the fireball and using my finger as a torch. Fire breathing is my speciality. Performing on stage whether it be local or international gives me get pleasure, seeing how alarmed and astonished my audience get when I do my fire act. My introduction to the group Stars Incorporated was quite by accident, Johanne and her husband were in the audience watching and were very impressed by me, and as they say the rest is history.


I am vibrant, outgoing and free spirited Sharice Augustin. At the age of 9 I started dancing with Christylights �Dance Academy, this is where I discovered my love for dance and continued on to develop myself joining The Young Angels Dance Group which afforded me the opportunity to perform at numerous Festivals. My employment with Sandals Resorts as a playmaker was where I got intrigued by this Group (Stars Inc) I admired this dance group whenever they came to perform at the resort and it gave me such joy that I felt obligated to be apart of such a magnificent and dynamic limbo dance group. I contacted the group's leader Mrs. Johanne Charlemagne-Mitchell and was pleased to be given the opportunity to prove myself. After countless rehearsals starting with Mrs Mitchell and then Charlene Mohammed one of the groups senior dancers I hit the stage, determined to be one of the best in the art of Limbo dancing.

My dance background stems from age 9 with the Les Enfants Dance Troupe under the leadership of Virginia �Aunty Virgie� Alexander. �My years of experience with the group provided numerous occasions to perform locally and regionally on cultural exchanges and training opportunities. �I�ve performed in various productions including the Sound of Music, Wizard of Oz, and Movements which were produced by the Les Enfants Dance Troupe; in addition to the St Lucia Jazz Festival, Revelations, Ste Lisi Par Excellence Awards, CARIFESTA VIII (Suriname), Sarafina, World Travel Awards, Esperance, Carnival Queen Pageants and M & C Fine Arts Awards. �My training includes modern/contemporary dance with the St Lucia School of Ballet and Modern Dance, Edna Manley School of Dance (Jamaica) and the Centre of Art and Culture (Guadeloupe). �Throughout the years I�ve also had the opportunity to train with Micole Aubertin, Trevor King and Christine Samuel of St Lucia, Carol LaChapelle of Trinidad, Fred Lassarre, Annick Torquermade and Lena Blou of Guadeloupe, Jean Guy Saintus of Haiti, and Noble Douglas of Trinidad. �I�ve performed with a number of groups on the island including Miracle Dancers, Limited Edition, Movement International, the National Dance Theatre Company and now Stars Incorporated. �So far my experience with Stars Inc has been very exciting. �The fire and limbo takes some getting used to but I see this as another opportunity to grow. �I�d like to thank Johanne and her team for the opportunity and for welcoming me into the Stars Inc family!!

George ann

My name is George-Ann Celestine. I started dancing at the age of 6 with CAM Dancers, a group within my former Primary School. After graduating and moving onto secondary school, I decided that I needed to join a more technical dance group and joined one of the leading dance companies in St.Lucia, The Silver Shadow Performing Arts Academy. My time with SSPAA was short lived but the 2 years were very beneficial to my growth as a performer. I always found myself participating in different activities even though I wasn't a part of a recognized group. I danced at school talent shows, schools award ceremonies , school anniversaries and almost any other gig that allowed me to express myself on stage. From 2010 until now, �I started dancing alongside local artistes who have been in competition mode such as RICKY-T, AMBI, QPID, DAESEAN, SHEMMY and a new and upcoming artist OMEGA. �I have also performed for International Artistes QQ and RAZOR B both originally from Jamaica.... Ohhhhh how I love to dance. Recently, however I became a member of the islands most entertaining group 'Stars Incorporated' after my big sister KYM who is also a member encouraged me and ensured that I would enjoy every minute of it. Being a part of this group has been very rewarding as an entertainer and my journey with my Stars Family continues.
My name is�Thalia�Sealy and I am a very energetic, fun-loving, positive, ambitious, outgoing, talented young lady. Born on 9th May, 1995 in the uniquely beautiful island called St. Lucia dancing has always been my passion . My first experience was dancing in church, using my talent to praise God. I was approached by a member of Stars Inc so I ceased the opportunity as a quest to development myself. Johanne Charlemagne-Mitchell guided me through rehearsals and the warm welcome from the other members was very overwhelming. My first performance with the group was a memorable and unforgettable experience. I feel blessed to be part of this amazing dance group and look forward to many more exciting experiences. ?

Diamond Alexander

I am Diamond M.J. Alexander, born on the beautiful Spice Island Grenada. I moved to St Lucia at the age of 6. I gained entry into the Carmen Rene Memorial School. It was there I officially fell in love with the art of dance. Back in grade 2 my friends and I would meet up and put together choreography to the songs that were popular at the time such as “To The Ceiling - Isaac Blackman and whine up by Elephant man and kat“. This continued throughout my primary school tenure. In my final year of primary school they introduced cheerleading which opened up the opportunity for our practice over the years to be put to meaningful use. I definitely signed up and became known for my high energy by everyone who witnessed our performance at sports meets.

After leaving primary and entering secondary school (Castries Comprehensive Secondary School) I continued cheerleading and got more involved in the art of dance there working with the arts teacher at the time...Cultural and Dance Professor Christine Samuel. I also later got to explore different dance techniques with Shartoya Jn Baptiste. 

With my exposure between these two mentors I became more in-tune with the technical aspects of dance. I went on to write dance at the CXC level.

By then it was solid knowledge that I wanted to pursue dance professionally and so I joined “ The Silver Shadows Dance Academy “ headed by Barry George. I remained with them for about a year then had to discontinue 

to further my studies.

I continued cheerleading at Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and I also started to record short dance pieces and shared it to my social media and my friends also supported me in that area by reposting my videos. I started to get requests from people doing music videos and stuff.

In 2016 I was approached by one of Stars Inc. senior members, Charlene Mohamed at a resort after I volunteered at one of their performances. She asked if I was interested in joining the dance group.  We exchanged numbers and later I was contacted by Aunty Jo. (The rest is history lol )

On a serious note though I have grown tremendously since I started to date. I’ve learnt a lot more about the art of dance in relation to the culture and the economy, incorporating traditional observances through dance. Technique wise Melissa (Miss Mel) and Terry have played such a major role through their experience and teaching and it seems there’s always more to learn. I am here for it all. It's been hard work and discipline but Fun and I look forward to the future.


Eusebius Promesse

My name is Eusebius promesse aka Salt, I am a Fisherman and Boat Operator. I love being a dancer and fire blower. Before joining Stars Incorporated I danced with a similar group called Lightning Stars. One of the members of Stars Inc, (Smokey) introduced me to the Stars Incorporated dance group. I auditioned and was hired immediately. I love my team as we create magic on stage, we are indeed a tight family. Thanks to all the brothers and sisters for the support, and big thanks to the mother of the family, Johanne Charlemagne.


Kimberly Williams

I am Kimberley Williams,  a young woman with a very reserved/timid personality but extremely creative and goal oriented, as well.  


From a tender age, I realized whenever I am on a stage dancing, all shyness would vanish.  It was then I was convinced dance is my main passion. My first public dance performance was at my preschool graduation, which is unforgettable. From that day,  my interest in joining a dance class grew stronger and stronger but my diffident personality was always my set back. When an opportunity presented itself,  I was too shy to join the group, afraid to meet new people, thinking I was incapable of performing credibly. 


At that point I resorted to only dancing at home and dreaming of performing one day. 


As I grew older I joined a church youth group where I was given a chance to express my passion for the arts once again through dance. I jumped in wholeheartedly and attended every rehearsal and performance there was. 

My confidence grew so much then, as after every performance I’d get so much good feedback on my performance. 


This decision paid off because my dance career finally took off at Castries Comprehensive Secondary school when I joined a Theatre Arts dance class with Mrs. Christine Samuel. From the time she recognized  my timid personality was my major set back, she constantly encouraged me to break out of my shell and explore dance to the fullest.  She insisted that I follow my passion and become confident in what I do best. As a result of her inspiration and motivation,  I began to welcome opportunities to take part in several productions through her, which assisted me tremendously with building my confidence and dance skills. 


Consequently, I joined cheerleading at the Castries Comprehensive Secondary school where I performed year after year and met with Charlene who was my cheer coach. Charlene opened many more opportunities for me including performing at the Soca Monarch finals for various artists and  later, she introduced me to Stars Inc. Dance group.   My motto is to always be better than yesterday and I plan to do just that with my amazing team in Stars Inc.  I enjoy dancing with this vibrant group. There’s no place I’d rather be than on stage with Stars Inc., wearing the most beautiful and unique costumes and displaying pure Caribbean vibes. I believe that my dance career has truly just begun.  My goal is to reach for the stars!


Shania Clarke

My Name is Shania Clarke, a Sales and Marketing Executive by day and Fire Eater, Limbo Dancer by night.

From a very young age I was fascinated with dancing, my family would gather around and ask me to dance, they would gather around as I put on a show. My mom, recognizing my love for dance, decided to enroll me in one of the popular dance academies on the island which was called Christylights Academy.  I attended this dance company throughout my childhood.

Later, I would be trained by one of the most influential dancers on the island known as Anthony JnBaptiste aka Cocky.  This is how I developed an even greater passion for the art as he introduced me to Tap and other genres of dance. My career as a Sales Executive however took me away from dance as I left St. Lucia to work in the Cruise Industry. My years on cruise ships didn’t stop my love for dancing as I would attend every show at the theatre/s where I would be mesmerized by the performances of the production team. This would make me miss my true love, which was performing on stage.

Upon my return home, I became a member of the dance group Liberty Dancers, a dynamic team full of life and love for dance, we performed at all major events and hotels all around the island, but my career on ship would take me away from my love for dancing once again.

Finally I decided to give up my life on ship and come home to settle. After being approached by my Ex Dance Manager of my previous dance group I embarked on a new dance journey where I was introduced to Fire Eating and Limbo Dancing which was a new form of dance.  I must admit it was a little challenging at first but with the help of the team and lots of rehearsals, I absolutely love what I do now. Every performance for me is amazing and it is so rewarding to see the smiles on the faces in the audience.

I love my Stars Incorporated Family and it is indeed a pleasure to be part of such an amazing dance group.

Fabian Joseph

I am one of the first male members of Stars Incorporated, I have been with this group from the beginning. However, I left St. Lucia to pursue my personal career for 10 years and on my return jumped right back on stage. Johanne's sister Erene, discovered my talent and introduced me to her sister who was just in the process of getting new members to form Stars Inc. We had our challenges building the brand and I am extremely proud to be part of such a prestigious Group. We have traveled overseas on several occasions and performed for Cruise Ship visitors, ARC Rally and many Elite events. I love this Team and look forward to creating many beautiful memories as we continue our journey of reaching higher levels.

Past members of Stars Inc:


Jardin Fanis

Andrea St. Clair-Paul

Ashel Gabriel

Catia Gustave

Marilyn Julien

RIP - Jahnelle Pierre


Christina Jameson

Fabian Joseph

Charmaine Soloman

Juliana Alfred

Sammy Charlemagne

Shania Clarke

Christine Jemmont

Daniel President Washington

Suzy Eristhee



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