Larsen Thompson & Taylor Hatala aka “Fraternal Twins” Talk Dancing + Fashion – Watch the Video!


Larsen Thompson and Taylor Hatala, aka “The Fraternal Twins,” stopped by Planet Hollywood in New York City this week (February 23) and CelebSecrets4U was on-site to meet with the girls and learn about their journey!

Just in case you don’t know who the Fraternal Twins are, here’s the scoop. 

Larsen and Taylor are famous for their viral dance videos with over 6 million views on YouTube. Both girls have a HUUUUGE following on Twitter and Instagram, with almost one million followers combined!

Larsen has performed on shows such as The X Factor, Shake It Up, Nickelodeon’s Fresh Beat Band and Kids’ Choice Awards, and Teen Choice Awards. The 15-year-old is also making a name for herself in the modeling world with placements in several national print and commercial campaigns. Taylor‘s dance journey took a very interesting turn when a dance video of class footage went viral and landed her on the Ellen DeGeneres Show twice in 2014. Her fans also call her “Tay-Tay.”

Currently, the girls have been busy filming dance videos that will be released throughout the year. They even filmed a TV pilot that will hopefully be ordered to series, too!

In our interview, Larsen and Taylor talk about how they came together and were named The Fraternal Twins, their favorite type of dance to perform, and who they would love to collaborate with for a dance video. They even talked about that secret TV project they are working on and revealed some quirky fun facts about each other — make sure to watch the video below!

For more information on The Fraternal Twins, make sure to follow them on Twitter at @larsenthompson and @tayd_dance.

Written by Juliet Schroder

Juliet is the founder and executive producer/host of Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. When not reporting on the latest news in pop culture and country music, she enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the latest fashion trends.

Juliet holds a B.S. in marketing from St. John's University.