Cleveland Mom Goes Pro on Good Morning America


Ceray Doss-Williams is smack dab in the middle of her 15 minutes of fame, thanks to motherhood and her boogie-down skills. The interim director of the Upward Bound Program at Cleveland State University is getting her taste of stardom as a finalist on Good Morning America’s Dancing with the Moms Challenge, a cheap rip-off of the network’s Dancing with the Stars show. Must be sweeps week. Doss-Williams and her 6-year-old son Christopher got on the show after she submitted an essay. She became one of 30 contestants filming themselves at home dancing. Click here to see a video of her routine (and stack the voting). -- T.K. Kim

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