Harness the moment

WHEN 13-year-old Nikki Webster left the stadium as the “Hero Girl” of the now famous ‘flying’ sequence of the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, she had no idea what impact this choreographed moment would play in her life. Although she had already begun her training as a singer and dancer and performedRead More

Keeping it in the family

Drew Sheldrick You can’t call starlet Nikki Webster and brother Scott’s new project anything but ambitious. Teaming up with your 20-something sibling to manage and develop a totally new dance school in the Inner-West was always going to be fraught with risk, if only in the sense that mixing business with family is always aRead More

Olympic star stages bright new venture

Sarah McInerney A 20-year-old opening a dance studio might seem premature, but Nikki Webster has the experience to back it up. Catapulted to stardom at age 13 when she performed at the opening ceremony of the Olympic games, Ms Webster will share her experience with a new generation of performers at Dance @ Nikki WebsterRead More

Webster opens her own school

AT only 20, Nikki Webster has had many career directions, something she says has just made her stronger. Webster and her brother Scott, 23, are to open a performing arts school in Sydney, a new direction for the girl who first caught the eye at the Sydney Olympics. She told Confidential she had had someRead More

Singer gives dance a chance

NIKKI WEBSTER was criticised for having too much dance ability while competing on Dancing With The Stars. Now she will use those skills to help others. The singer revealed to The Sun-Herald yesterday that she is opening a performing arts school with brother Scott next month, in a bid to help young people get aRead More