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Kendall K Vertes (born December 9, 2002) is the youngest child of Erno and Jill Vertes and is the younger sister of Charlotte and Ryleigh Vertes.


Kendall began dancing at the age of two at Roger's School of Dance. She later switched to Studio 19 Dance Complex in 2008. In 2011, Kendall began taking classes at Reign Dance Productions. Kendall made her first appearance on Dance Moms in the Season 2 premiere episode Everyone's Replaceable, where she auditioned and was selected to be part of the ALDC junior elite competition team. One of the main plotlines of the season featured Kendall and her mother being guests at the rival Candy Apple's Dance Center, however, they returned to the ALDC before the end of the season.

In 2015, Kendall started her singing career, releasing her first single and music video under the stage name "Kendall K". Her first single "Wear 'Em Out" topped the iTunes Pop Music Video charts within the first 24 hours of its release. She later went on to release two more singles in 2016 titled "Out Loud" and "Where Would I Be Without You". In Hello and Goodbye, Abby revealed that Kendall was working on her debut album, however, it was ultimately shelved.

Kendall remained at the ALDC until Ashlee's Big Decision Part 1 where she and the other elite dancers decided to leave the ALDC and form The Irreplaceables. She made her final appearance in The Best Is Yet to Come.

Since Dance Moms, Kendall graduated from Penn-Trafford High School in 2021. She now attends James Madison University where she will graduate in 2025.

Other Information

  • The middle initial letter "K" in her name her cousins, Kiley and Kara.
  • Like her mother, Kendall is left-handed.
  • With Maria May and Liza Retter, Kendall performed as a member of the singing/dancing music group "The Glitter Girls," on the television show Party Rockers, at the same time as her first broadcast appearance on Dance Moms. (A video is available online, with the act starting around 10 minutes and 30 seconds.)
  • Kendall's older sister, Ryleigh, was part of the 2017 Lifetime series So Sharp.
  • She switched to homeschooling in 2014 but later returned to public school in 2017.
  • In addition to dance, Kendall also enjoys golf. In 2018, she joined the Penn Trafford Girls Golf team.
  • Kendall supported Donald Trump's presidential campaign in the 2020 United States presidential election.[1]

Other Credits

To see Kendall Vertes' other credits, visit the Kendall Vertes/Credits subpage.


To see Kendall Vertes's placements on the pyramid, visit the Kendall Vertes/Pyramid subpage.


To see tables for Kendall Vertes' dances and results, visit the Kendall Vertes/Dances subpage.


To view the gallery for Kendall Vertes, click here.

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