She won second place in the 16 and over category in an Upland competition performing to the song, Hallelujah.
She has been in many commercials and also on America's Most Talented Kids, which is a show in which kids from age three to fifteen show what they can do.
Her father says her room shows her passion for dance as it is filled with her trophies from many dance competitions in the West.
As a senior at Redwood High School, she's required to study for three hours every weekday and one hour on Saturdays.
Her father's name is Rod and her mom is Lori.
She started dancing at his brother's wedding at the age of two.
She dances and trains out of a studio in California called Dancers' Edge Studio.
Her specific varieties of dances include jazz, ballet, and tap, but her all-time favorite dances are lyrical and modern.
She started dancing at the age of three and since then she has won many awards such as the award for Spotlight Dance Cup Comp and a spot on Kiki Palmer's music video and dancing competition, Dance Revolution.
She loves to hang out with family and friends as well as watch movies with them and play her Nintendo Wii.
She is a girly-girl who loves talking to people and loves to show off her eclectic fashion in her outfits and accessories.
She likes to bike, ski, ride horses, swim, and most of all, dance.
Ashley: Every day they (Dance on Sunset producers and choreographers) remind us (the Nick Six) we are not just backup dancers for some pop act. We are the dancers.
Ashley: This is the job I have always dreamed of. Before the audition process, I was telling everyone that I wanted to have a TV show where I could do something that I loved. And I got that.
Ashley: Wherever there is music, my friends and I love to dance.