Some people do not realize their passion until later on in life. Ginelle was an early starter when it came to modeling. Being in front of the camera came naturally and it felt right.
Some people do not realize their passion until later on in life. Ginelle was an early starter when it came to modeling. Being in front of the camera came naturally and it felt right. She wants to spend her time doing what she enjoys…she is one of those people who enjoys teaching and embrace it with confidence. Her primary style is hip-hop and loves teaching all age groups. At the end of the day she wants to know she left beauty behind….if not in front of the camera then on the dance floor. Ginelle started out as a Coors Light model and then worked her way into the business at the age of 18.
She danced in several music videos with Mike Watts, Paul Wall, J Flow, Freeway, and DaCav5. She joined forces with a Berks County football team in 2008 where she was the dance coordinator. Deciding to head another direction she went to where she could entertain the crowd using her personality and style. She began go-go dancing in Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Allentown, Lancaster, New York and Harrisburg.
She continued doing promotions on the side for various MMA and high fashion companies. She was a feature model in 360 Magazine and landed a book cover in 2010. Continuing her dance career, she joined another local indoor football dance team, the Reading Express. She started teaching adults at Gold’s Gym and at two other dance studios in the area.
That experience opened her up to new styles of dance and long-term friendships. After years of working for other people, it was time she started her own thing…GO Gurlz Entertainment. GO stands for Ginelle Ophelia and/or GO GO dancers…it was a perfect fit! She continues to teach at two local dance studios to students age 7-20. She looks forward to being apart of the Harrisburg Stampede and is grateful to be apart of the upcoming season.