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Cheetah Girl Star Sabrina Bryan Welcomes Baby Girl With Husband Jordan Lundberg

Sabrina Bryan is a mom!

The former Cheetah Girls star welcomed her first child, a baby girl, with husband Jordan Lundberg this week.

Comillia Monroe Lundberg made her debut August 31, 2020 at 2:03 am and our hearts are forever changed,” Sabrina shared the news on her social media pages following the first pics debuting on People.

She adds, “I loved every moment of my pregnancy and having you grow in my belly, but there nothing like holding you in my arms and being your mommy! You are our greatest gift Monroe!”

Sabrina‘s daughter will go by her middle name, Monroe, which is a family tradition on her mother’s side. Sabrina‘s first name is actually Reba.

If you didn’t see, these two other musicians also welcomed baby girls in August, too!

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Meet Monroe! Cheetah Girls' Sabrina Bryan Introduces Daughter: 'Our Bundle of Love and Joy'

World, meet Comillia Monroe!

Sabrina Bryan introduces her 1-week-old daughter in this week's issue of PEOPLE, sharing exclusive snapshots of The Cheetah Girls star's newborn solo and with Mom and dad Jordan Lundberg.

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"Our first week has really been incredible. Monroe is a very good baby," says the actress and singer, who gave birth to the couple's first child on Aug. 31.

In the sweet photos, baby Monroe snoozes soundly in a variety of outfits and headbands, even snuggling up near the family dog, Emily.

"It is hard to believe that our bundle of love and joy has only been part of our family for a week," adds Bryan, 35.

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Sabrina Bryan and Jordan Lundberg with daughter Monroe
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Sabrina Bryan's daughter Monroe
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A rep for Bryan confirmed Monroe's birth exclusively to PEOPLE, revealing she arrived in Newport Beach, California, at 2:03 a.m., after Bryan's water broke while she was in the process of moving into a new home.

Weighing in at 6 lbs., 13 oz., baby Monroe measured 19¾ inches long upon her arrival, before which Bryan pushed for only 30 minutes. Monroe's first name, Comillia, was chosen after Bryan's mother.

The star's rep confirmed her pregnancy to PEOPLE in March, with Bryan saying she and her husband (who wed in October 2018 at Wayne Newton's home in Las Vegas) "have been really excited to begin this journey."

"We realize becoming parents is a gift that we have been blessed with and are excited to share our love of our first baby!" she added, in part. "It has been hard keeping our baby news a secret. Finally sharing our news with our family has been exhilarating."

Sabrina Bryan and Jordan Lundberg with daughter Monroe
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Sabrina Bryan's daughter Monroe
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Days after her pregnancy announcement, the "Cinderella" singer revealed exclusively to PEOPLE that she was expecting a daughter. Held at a friend's home, Bryan and Lundberg's "gender reveal party" featured a bevy of blue and pink decorations, including balloons by C9 Balloons.

For the big moment, the then-dad-to-be popped a gold balloon that read, "How I wonder what you are?" in navy blue text — and the moment "pink confetti filled the air" is one Bryan recalled as "an indescribable thrill."

"I cannot wait for all of the bows, tutus and dance shoes!" said the then-mom-to-be, who previously competed on season 5 of Dancing with the Stars, of learning she was expecting a girl.

Of her little lady of the hour, Bryan added to PEOPLE, "We are already so in love with our little baby girl blessing!"

For more from Sabrina Bryan, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

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Cheetah Girls' Sabrina Bryan Reveals Daughter Was Hospitalized with Meningitis at 2 Weeks Old

Sabrina Bryan was confident that 2020 was going to be her year.

After enjoying time as newlyweds, the former Cheetah Girls singer and her husband Jordan Lundberg discovered they were expecting their first child hours before the midnight countdown on Dec. 31.

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"I was like, 'Oh my gosh, 2020 is going to be the most incredible year. It's the start of a new decade,' " Bryan, 36, tells PEOPLE in this week's issue, on newsstands Friday.

Although the ongoing coronavirus pandemic put the country into lockdown only months later, the mom-to-be was determined to make the best of the situation. But things took a turn when, at seven months pregnant, Bryan went to fill out her baby shower invitations and her vision suddenly blurred. "I was having a hard time focusing," she recalls. "I thought it was symptoms of the pregnancy."

The following day, when her symptoms worsened, Bryan was taken to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with Bell's palsy, a condition that causes temporary paralysis in the face. "My face wasn't reflecting the feelings I had of being pregnant and loving what was going on with my body," she says of experiencing a sense of depression following the diagnosis.

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On Aug. 31, the couple welcomed daughter Comillia Monroe. But then only two weeks after her "perfect" birth, Bryan's world was turned upside down.

"I went to pick her up and she was so hot," Bryan recalls. "Her whole body was fire. I was like, 'Something is wrong.' We were out the door in two minutes."

Monroe had spiked a 100.7 fever and after a series of tests at Children's Hospital of Orange County, doctors confirmed she had contracted meningitis, an infection that causes inflammation around the brain and spinal cord membranes.

"They had to do a spinal tap," says Bryan. "It was so hard to hear my baby, who was so tiny, go through all that."

Adds Bryan, "I was like, 'I cannot do this. I have been a mom for two weeks. This is not enough experience for me to know how to do this.' "

RELATED: Meet Monroe! Cheetah Girls' Sabrina Bryan Introduces Daughter: 'Our Bundle of Love and Joy'

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Sabrina Bryan, husband Jordan Lundberg and daughter Monroe

Baby Monroe was admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit where she spent 14 days fighting for her life as doctors warned Bryan and Lundberg that there could be permanent brain damage. "That was the scariest part," she says. "You think of all the things she could miss out on by her brain being affected."

Five days into her hospital stay, Monroe turned a corner and she was moved out of the PICU. On Sept. 29, doctors discharged her and sent Monroe home to finish her 21-day antibiotic treatment.

"We are so grateful because it could have been so much worse. We got a warrior princess," says Bryan.

For more from Sabrina Bryan, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

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Sabrina Bryan welcomes baby girl with husband Jordan Lundberg

Cheetah Girls star Sabrina Bryan is a new mom.

The 35-year-old actress and her husband Jordan Lundberg welcomed baby girl Comillia Monroe, on August 31st, according to People Magazine on Tuesday.

Sabrina and Jordan revealed the happy news that they were expecting their first child together back in March.  

It's a girl: Cheetah Girls star Sabrina Bryan and her husband Jordan Lundberg welcomed baby girl Comillia Monroe, on August 31st, according to People Magazine on Tuesday

It's a girl: Cheetah Girls star Sabrina Bryan and her husband Jordan Lundberg welcomed baby girl Comillia Monroe, on August 31st, according to People Magazine on Tuesday

While moving into a new house on Saturday night, Sabrina went into labor and her water broke, a rep for the actress told People.

A few hours later, the baby made her first appearance into the world at 2:03 a.m. in Newport Beach, California.

A tiny newborn, she weighed in at 6 lbs., 13 oz. and measured just shy under 20 inches long. The rep added that Sabrina was lucky and pushed for just 30 minutes.   

The Dancing With the Stars alum reportedly chose the name Comillia after her mom  but in following with her family tradition, the baby will go by her middle name Monroe.

Wow: While moving into a new house on Saturday night, Sabrina went into labor and her water broke, a rep for the actress told People and the baby was born at 2:03 a.m. in Newport Beach, California early on Sunday

Wow: While moving into a new house on Saturday night, Sabrina went into labor and her water broke, a rep for the actress told People and the baby was born at 2:03 a.m. in Newport Beach, California early on Sunday

Sabrina also goes by her middle name - she was born Reba Sabrina Hinojosa - and uses the surname Bryan professionally. 

'We are all enjoying our new little love,' the new parents told Us Weekly in a brief statement on Tuesday. 

Sabrina and Jordan tied the knot in 2018 in a lavish wedding at the Las Vegas home of Wayne Newton. The couple had dated for six years before getting engaged. 

Then, the duo revealed that they were expecting a baby back in March and the actress has been documenting her pregnancy on social media.

'We are all enjoying our new little love,' the new parents told Us Weekly in a brief statement on Tuesday

'We are all enjoying our new little love,' the new parents told Us Weekly in a brief statement on Tuesday 

Recently, the star has been anxiously awaiting the arrival of her bundle of joy.

'I can’t wait to hold you in my arms baby girl! We’ll see you so so soon,' she wrote on social media last week.

Bryan rose to fame in the mid-2000s as Do Thomas in Disney's ultra popular Cheetah Girls film franchise and the subsequent pop music group of the same name. 

She competed in season five of Dancing With the Stars with partner Mark Ballas and then returned to compete again in season 15. She was eliminated in week six both seasons.

Way back when: Bryan rose to fame in the mid-2000s as Do Thomas in Disney's ultra popular Cheetah Girls film franchise and the subsequent pop music group of the same name (The Cheetah Girls, R-L Kiely Williams, Sabrina Bryan and Adrienne Bailon in 2007)

Way back when: Bryan rose to fame in the mid-2000s as Do Thomas in Disney's ultra popular Cheetah Girls film franchise and the subsequent pop music group of the same name (The Cheetah Girls, R-L Kiely Williams, Sabrina Bryan and Adrienne Bailon in 2007)

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‘Cheetah Girls’ Star Sabrina Bryan Reveals Newborn Daughter Was Hospitalized With Meningitis Shortly After Birth

“Cheetah Girls” star Sabrina Bryan is finally settling into motherhood, but her first few weeks of being a mom were terrifying when her newborn daughter had to be hospitalized with meningitis when she was just 2 weeks old.

As Bryan revealed in an interview with People, on Aug. 31 she and husband Jordan Lundberg welcomed their first child, daughter Comillia Monroe.

Her infant daughter was just weeks old when she realized something was not right.

“I went to pick her up and she was so hot,” Bryan recalled. “Her whole body was fire. I was like, ‘Something is wrong.’ We were out the door in two minutes.”

Monroe’s fever had shot to 100.7, with doctors confirming she had contracted meningitis, an infection that results in inflammation around the spinal cord and brain.

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“They had to do a spinal tap. It was so hard to hear my baby, who was so tiny, go through all that. I was like, ‘I cannot do this. I have been a mom for two weeks. This is not enough experience for me to know how to do this,'” she said of her daughter, who spent 14 frightening days fighting the illness as doctors warned the couple that she could suffer permanent brain damage.

“That was the scariest part,” she admitted. “You think of all the things she could miss out on by her brain being affected.”

Ultimately, Monroe turned a corner and was eventually discharged, healthy and well.

“We are so grateful because it could have been so much worse,” added Bryan. “We got a warrior princess.”

 

 

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Cheetah Girl’s Sabrina Bryan Gives Birth to Baby Girl With Husband Jordan Lundberg

Full circle! Sabrina Bryan gave birth to a mini Cheetah Girl named Comillia on Monday, August 31, Us Weekly confirms.

“We are all enjoying our new little love,” the couple told Us in a statement on Tuesday, September 1, noting that the little one is named after Bryan’s mom, but will go by her middle moniker, Monroe. The infant arrived at 2:03 a.m., weighing 6.8 pounds and measuring 19.75 inches long.

The actress, 35, announced in March that she was pregnant with her and her husband Jordan Lundberg’s first child.

Cheetah Girl Sabrina Bryant Gives Birth Baby Girl With Husband Jordan Lundberg

“Jordan and I are overwhelmed and excited about our bundle of joy,” the former Disney Channel star told Us Weekly in a statement at the time. “I found out I was pregnant on December 31 in the morning but wanted to wait to tell him until our New Year’s Eve dinner. It was the longest day of my life. Now we get to share our news with all of our family and friends.”

Later that same month, Us confirmed that the California native was expecting a baby girl due in the fall.

“Looks like our world will be filled with even more glitter, bows, tutus and dance shoes!” the actress captioned her and Lundberg’s Instagram reveal. “A baby girl is on the way and we can’t wait to hold her in our arms.”

Bryan documented her pregnancy on social media, from feeling “little flutters” in her belly in April to buying baby clothes in May.

She and her husband tied the knot in October 2018 in Las Vegas. The couple’s wedding ceremony at Wayne Newton’s private residence came one year after Lundberg proposed to the Dancing With the Stars alum.

“Today the love of my life and man of my dreams asked me to be his forever!” Bryan wrote via Instagram at the time. “Nothing could prepare me for this magical moment. From the love of our family back home and here in Ireland with us to the incredible @ashfordcastle as our backdrop. … This man has made me the happiest girl in the world!!!!”

For their first anniversary, the Princess of Gossip author gushed via Instagram: “God knew what he was doing. I want to fall in love with you all over again for the rest of my life. All I can feel is grateful. Grateful to find a man who will work through the obstacles, understand me when I question myself, but also glorify my strength and support my dreams.”

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Sabrina Bryan

American actress, dancer and singer-songwriter

Musical artist

Reba Sabrina Hinojos (born September 16, 1984), known professionally as Sabrina Bryan, is an American actress, singer, songwriter, dancer, choreographer, fashion designer and television personality. She was best known as a member of the girl group The Cheetah Girls, and starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie of the same name and its sequels, The Cheetah Girls 2 and The Cheetah Girls: One World. Before she appeared on television, Bryan was a dancer, and trained at Hart Academy of Dance, located in La Habra, California.

The Cheetah Girls[edit]

In 2003, Bryan starred as Dorinda "Do" Thomas in the Disney Channel Original MovieThe Cheetah Girls, a musical comedy based on the bestselling series of young adult books of the same name by Deborah Gregory. The film depicts four best friends (Raven-Symoné, Adrienne Bailon, Kiely Williams, and Bryan) who form a pop group in their first year of high school for a talent show and reach unexpected success. Prior to The Cheetah Girls, two of Bryan's castmates Bailon and Williams were members of R&Bgirl group3LW. The Cheetah Girls premiered on August 15, 2003 to 6.5 million viewers, a huge ratings success.[2]

Due to the popularity of the film, Bryan and her other bandmates achieved mainstream pop music success as members of the official Cheetah Girls group. The movie's soundtrack reached No. 33 on the Billboard 200 and was certified double-platinum, selling more than 2 million copies in the United States alone.[3][4] It is one of the best selling albums from Walt Disney Records, alongside the soundtrack to High School Musical. In November 2005, the group released their Christmas album Cheetah-licious Christmas and toured the US on their Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour.

The Cheetah Girls 2 premiered on the Disney Channel on August 25, 2006. Its premiere received the highest ratings of all Disney Channel Movies at its time, bringing in a total of over 8.1 million viewers, beating both the premiere ratings of High School Musical (7.7 million) and the previous highest rated DCOM record holder, Cadet Kelly (7.8 million). The film would also become the highest rated Cheetah Girls movie in the trilogy.[5] The sequel's plot followed the Cheetah Girls as they become largely successful and take a tour of Spain. The film's soundtrack was released on August 15, 2006.[citation needed] It debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, and has moved over 1.4 million copies to date, achieving platinum status.

After the release of Cheetah Girls 2, Bryan, along with her fellow Cheetah Girls, toured the United States on their The Party's Just Begun Tour from September 2006 to March 2007. While touring, The Cheetah Girls began work on their official debut studio album. Bryan was interviewed by Billboard magazine, where she stated that the group was eager to showcase a "more mature" sound to gather an audience of older fans, while still keeping the lyrics clean for the younger fanbase as well. Williams was quoted as saying that the band members co-produced and co-wrote a "good portion" of the album.[6] On September 25, 2007, TCG was released by Hollywood Records, with a debut of No. 44 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. It was the first album by the group not to be released by Walt Disney Records. 126,000 copies have been sold to date.[7][8]

The third and final part of the franchise, The Cheetah Girls: One World, premiered on August 22, 2008, the only release to not feature Raven Symoné. The film revolves around the three remaining Cheetah Girls visiting India to appear in a Bollywood musical. The movie premiered to over 6.2 million viewers, and reached 7 million viewers in its final half-hour.[9]One World's soundtrack was released three days prior to the film's release, on August 19, 2008. It peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard 200. The Cheetah Girls kicked off their One World Tour on October 8, 2008 in Corpus Christi, Texas, and concluded on December 21, 2008 in San Diego, California.

In early 2009, The Cheetah Girls officially announced that they had disbanded, in favor of pursuing solo projects.

Bryan and former Cheetah Girl bandmate and close friend Kiely Williams continued their creative collaboration with the development of a web series talk show, Dinner with Friends.[10] The first episode premiered on July 1, 2011 on YouTube.[11] The series ran for nine episodes, concluding on August 28, 2011.[12][13]

Television and film appearances[edit]

Bryan has acted in several TV shows, with notable guest appearances in several episodes of the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She also appeared in two series pilots, King's Pawn and Driving Me Crazy, neither of which made it to air. She then had guest appearances in shows like The Geena Davis Show and The Jersey. She also appeared in the TV series, Grounded For Life, before her rise to stardom in The Cheetah Girls.[14] She had a small supporting role as Mrs. Murray in the 2008 straight-to-DVD film Mostly Ghostly, and stars in the comedy film Help Me, Help You (formerly titled If It Ain't Broke, Break It).[15] Sabrina is the voice of Pamela Hamster in the animated Disney channel series Fish Hooks appearing in two episodes "Hooray for Hamsterwood" and "Pamela Hamster Returns". Since, Kiely Williams and Sabrina Bryan will both co-star on the web series "Dinner With Friends", "March Moms", and "Bad Sex With Good People".[16]

Dancing with the Stars[edit]

Sabrina competed in the 5th season of Dancing with the Stars. Sabrina and her professional dancing partner, Mark Ballas, received a score of 26 out of 30, at the time the highest score earned in the first week by any contestant. On week 4 of the show, they set another record by receiving a 30/30 from the judges for their paso doble, making her the first contestant to have received a perfect score that early in the show's history. Bryan led all contenders in judges' scoring in weeks 1, 3, and 4.

Bryan received her lowest score, a 25 for a foxtrot, during week 6, in which she also performed a rock 'n' roll routine with the other contestants. That week, she was voted off. The announcement was met by shock and tears from the show's judges, contestants and live audience, since she and Ballas were favored by many to win the competition. An AOL poll voted their elimination "2007's most shocking TV moment". The next week, the remaining dancers and celebrities showed their continued support and affection for Bryan by donning her signature cheetah paw-print tattoo. For the penultimate week, Bryan and Ballas were invited back to the show to perform, another first for any couple as previously non-competition dances had only been performed by pro dancers. For the 100th show, their Paso Doble was chosen as number 9 on the top 10 dances of the first five seasons. Bryan and Ballas were the only couple in the top 10 that did not make it to the finals.

In 2012, Bryan was chosen by the public to compete on the 15th season of the show as one of the All-Stars contestants. She was partnered with Louis Van Amstel.[17] She was eliminated sixth from the show, despite receiving a perfect 30 for her Rumba and topping the leaderboard for two consecutive weeks. Coincidentally, she was eliminated on October 30, 2012, five years to the day she was voted off the first time and in the sixth week.

Dancing with the Stars performances[edit]

Season 5 with Mark Ballas:

Season 15 with Louis Van Amstel:

She was featured in the Soft Scrub Dancing with the Stars Live Tour. She danced with Derek Hough (while Mark was injured), then with Mark, until her last show on January 13, 2008, when she departed for India to film The Cheetah Girls: One World.

She was one of the featured celebrity dancers in the Live Dancing with the Stars Las Vegas show, running April 14 through August 5, 2012 at the Tropicana Resort and Casino theater.

She has been a celebrity correspondent for the behind-the-scenes look at season 8 of Dancing with the Stars for E! News, and TV Guide show Reality Chat. For season 9 of Dancing with the Stars, she co-hosted TV Guide show Reality Chat and hosted backstage at Dancing with the Stars on abc.com. Bryan was asked back to co-host backstage at Dancing with the Stars for the 10th through 12th seasons. She has interviewed season 10 winner of the series Nicole Scherzinger, country singer Reba McEntire, Evan Lysacek, Erin Andrews, Kate Gosselin, and many more.

Philanthropy[edit]

Healthy Kids Challenge[edit]

In 2008, it was announced that Bryan would be partnering with Mission Foods as the spokesperson for the Healthy Kids Challenge. One of Bryan's many roles is to provide information to help educate kids on easy ways to stay healthy through nutrition and keeping active.

Solo projects[edit]

Byou[edit]

Bryan released a DVD workout entitled Byou in December 2005. The workout is especially geared towards young girls with a tagline that reads "Be Happy, Be Healthy – BYOU!". More than a quarter million DVDs have been sold. A soundtrack to the DVD was also released which included the song "Byou", performed by Bryan, as well as other songs by her and other artists. The song "Byou" was also featured on the Radio Disney: Move It! CD which was released in 2006. Bryan released Byou 2, on January 13, 2009.[18]Byou 2 features one exclusive track by Bryan called "C'mon".

Princess of Gossip[edit]

Bryan teamed up with popular author Julia DeVillers to write the book Princess of Gossip, the story of an ordinary girl with an extraordinary secret. Princess of Gossip was released on October 8, 2008.[19] It is currently being considered for a possible movie.

Personal life[edit]

In April 2017, Bryan became engaged to strategic accounts manager Jordan Lundberg after six years of dating. They were married on October 6, 2018.[20] In March 2020, they announced that they are expecting their first child, a girl due in September.[21] On August 31, 2020, she welcomed a girl named Comillia Monroe.[22]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2009 Help Me, Help YouSandy Independent Feature Film
2017 Dance Night ObsessionKate
Television Films
Year Title Role Notes
1996 Mrs. Santa ClausFritzie Television Movie
2003 The Cheetah GirlsDorinda Thomas Disney Channel Original Movie; filmed in Canada.
2006 The Cheetah Girls 2Disney Channel Original Movie filmed in Spain

2008

The Cheetah Girls: One WorldDisney Channel Original Movie filmed in India
Straight-to-DVD
Year Title Role Notes
2006 ByouHerself Workout DVD
2008 Mostly GhostlyMrs. Murray horror-fantasy movie[23]
2009 Byou 2Herself Workout DVD
2014 The Next DanceIvy
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1999 King's PawnKelly Unaired TV Pilot
2000 Driving Me CrazyTerry
2001 Grounded for LifeSuzy Episode: "Jimmy was Kung-Fu Fighting"
2004 The Cheetah GirlsDorinda Thomas ABC pilot; never picked up.
2015 I Think My Babysitter's An AlienSenator Grant
Television guest appearances
Year Title Role Notes
2001 Grounded for LifeSuzy Guest Appearance, Episode: "Jimmy was Kung-Fu Fighting"
The JerseyAngelina Renard Guest Appearance
The Geena Davis ShowTina
2002 The Bold and the BeautifulAlisa Cordova 7 Episodes[24]
2007 Dancing with the StarsHerself — Season 5 Television Series, Eliminated 6th.
Disney Channel GamesHerself Yellow Team
2008 The Suite Life of Zack & CodyHerself (with The Cheetah Girls) Guest star; 1 episode
Studio DC: Almost LiveGuest star
Disney Channel GamesHerself The Comets/Yellow Team
2009 E! NewsHerself (Correspondent) Correspondent for the eighth season of Dancing with the Stars
2010 American Broadcasting CompanyCorrespondent for the 9, 10, 11th season Dancing with the Stars
2010, 2012 Fish HooksPamela Hamster Animated Disney Channel Original Series, 2 Guest Appearances
2011 American Broadcasting CompanyHerself (Correspondent) Correspondent for the 12th season Dancing with the Stars
2012 Dancing with the StarsHerself Season 15 Television Series – All-Stars Eliminated 6th
2013 Supah NinjasAndrea Season 2 episode 14 Guest Appearance
2017 Family FeudHerself Contestant; Guest Appearance
Internet
Year Film Role Notes
2011 Dinner With Friends Herself Web Series, 9 Episodes
2015 March Moms Lauren Web Series, 8 Episodes
2017 Bad Sex With Good People Valerie Web Series, 10 Episodes
2019 Christy Carlson Romano Herself Web Series

Discography[edit]

Albums with the Cheetah Girls[edit]

The Cheetah Girls Soundtrack

Cheetah-licious Christmas

The Cheetah Girls 2 Soundtrack

In Concert: The Party's Just Begun Tour

TCG

  • Released: September 25, 2007 (U.S.)
  • Peak Position: #44 (U.S.)
  • Record Company: Hollywood Records

The Cheetah Girls: One World Soundtrack

Solo album[edit]

Byou

  • Released: January 17, 2006 (U.S.)
  • Record Company: Sony/BMG Special Marketing

Byou 2

  • Released: 2009 (U.S.)
  • Record Company: Sony/BMG Special Marketing

Songs[edit]

Music Video[edit]

  • 2006: "Byou"
  • 2010: "Byou 2"

Tours[edit]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabrina_Bryan


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