Laurieann Gibson (born July 14, 1969 in Toronto, Ontario) is a creative director, VMA-winning choreographer, and Emmy-nominated director best known for her work with Lady Gaga, Diddy and Katy Perry.
Gibson rose to public prominence as the star of MTV's Making the Band and P. Diddy and Mark Burnett’s Starmaker series. Gibson was also a "Fly Girl" on the popular TV series In Living Color.
Following her training at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Gibson went from theatre dance to hip hop, becoming director of choreography for Motown Records and Bad Boy Records.. She has worked with Michael Jackson, Alicia Keys and Beyoncé. She has also done choreography for the movies Alfie and Honey, in which she also appeared as star Jessica Alba's dance nemesis.
In November 2011, Lady Gaga ended her professional relationship with Gibson due to "creative differences".
- 2006 – Addictive
- 2012 – Last Chance
-Mary Mary (2013)