Station 19 star Jaina Lee Ortiz wows fans with dance moves as show is renewed

Station 19 star Jaina Lee Oritz has wowed fans with her incredible moves as she shared a fabulous video of her salsa dancing. The actress – who leads the hit ABC show which has been renewed for a sixth season – took to Instagram to share the short clip.

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Jaina revealed that she took part in her “first dance of 2022 w no other (sic) than my girl @salsawithstephanie,” and the pair rocked a gorgeous pair of flamenco skirts, with Jaina wearing yellow “which was my Mom’s favorite color and so it felt like she was with us during this dance, cheering us on”.


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“I NEED A FULL ROUTINE PLEASE!!! You know how much I love you dancing!!!” shared one fan, as Chicago PD star Tracy Spiridakos simply added fire emojis and Nancy Drew actress Leah Lewis commented: “AY MAMI!!! SLAY, INSPIRE, and ENJOY YASELF OMG.”

Station 19 is a first responder drama and a spinoff of Grey’s Anatomy set in Seattle, Washington.

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“It’s a privilege to tell stories of our heroic first responders, who on our show and in real life put their lives on the line every day to keep us all safe,” said showrunner Krista Vernoff in response to the news of the additional season.

“I’m so grateful to Disney and ABC for the early pickup for season six of Station 19!

Station 19 has been renewed for a sixth season

“It’s a tribute to the incredible work of our talented cast, crew, writers and creative team, as well as the dedication of our loyal fans who tune in every week.”

Jaina heads the cast of the lieutenant of the firehouse and is joined by Jason George, Barrett Doss, Jay Hayden, Danielle Savre, and Stefania Spampinato.

The news comes as several Los Angeles-based dramas, including sets o9-1-1 NCIS, Chicago Fire Grey’s Anatomy and The Rookie have delayed production after the holidays as a result of the highly infectious Covid variant, Omicron.

Jaina stars as the lieutenant

Further production delays and shutdowns across Hollywood TV production are expected even with most casts and crews fully vaccinated as the Omicron variant has been causing an unprecedented number of breakthrough infections,” reports Deadline.

“Studios are currently monitoring the situation and awaiting more testing data before making decisions on how to proceed.”

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