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Shore Thing from "Live to Dance" is one of the 18 dance acts competing in the CBS reality series. The Shore Thing ("Live to Dance") group members are all from Cape May, New Jersey, and range in age from 8 to 17 years old.

Shore Thing consists of group members Abigail Nagel (8 years old), Ashley Lamey (12), Ava Landis (10), Georgia Papamarkos (9), Hannah Kellener (9), Hannah Lamey (15), Jamie Marshall (15), Katya Simonsen (10), Kaylee Clayburn (12), Maxine Marshall (10), Michael Holmes (13), Paige

Adams (12), Regan Frame (10), Sara Nichols (17), Shayla Marks (16), Taylor Magill (7), Tiffany DePaul (15), Veronica Holmes (14) and Victoria Jacboy (14).

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