Riveting, engaging, entertaining, talented, vibrant, passionate, breathtaking, and exuding high-octane positive energy are just some of the words and expressions used to describe Destiny Devine.
Destiny Devine, is a Singer, Dancer, Actor, Director Choreographer, and all-around entertainer, innovator and entrepreneur.
Born and raised in NYC, Destiny Devine, has always had love and drive for the world of entertainment and performing arts.
One of her huge inspiration as for many, was the king of pop, Michael Jackson.
Destiny Devine began her career in 2009 when she landed a starring role in a show called "ICONS" where she impersonated Beyoncé Knowles, Janet Jackson, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, RuPaul and Nicki Minaj.
The show ran in Provincetown Massachusetts in the summers of 2009 and 2010 and quickly became a huge success, garnering awards such as "best new show of the summer.” In the fall of 2010 ICONS hit the off-Broadway stage at the Snapple Center in New York City.
Destiny became primarily known for her spot on impersonation of Beyonce as well as her athletic dancing and jaw dropping tricks in her 6 inch stilettos.
In addition to her expertise as an adroit lip-sync artist, she is also a superbly talented vocalist. Trained classically, but she also has a smooth sultry jazz voice, which people often refer to it as "John legend."
She participated in the musical theater program at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, where she and graduated in the spring of 2007 alongside the very talented Jason Derulo. She studied classical voice with Byron Singleton, who is currently with the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.
Devine never fails to enthrall and connect with her audience.
She believes that we all have the power to create our own opportunities and encourages others to rise to their highest potential and push to accomplishing their unimaginable goals and dreams.
Destiny Devine is constantly working and creating fresh new projects. Her main goal through her performance and hosting engagements, is to inspire and empower others around her to love themselves, and to go after their dreams.
In the spring of 2012 Destiny wrote, produced and performed two critically acclaimed shows: "2012, The Year of Love," and "The Emancipation of Dennis and Destiny.
In the summer of 2013, Destiny Devine took the stage to perform for her first Gay Prides, Harlem and Jersey City Pride. Since then, she has graced the stages of NYC Prides such as, Brooklyn Pride, Queens Pride and in 2016, she graced the NYC stage again, not only as a performer, but as an announcer, host and performer at the Christopher street stage entertaining thousands.
Destiny also played hostess / performer at the 2010, ‘11, ‘12, and ‘13, 14, 15 and 16, for the GLBT Expo which is held at the Jacob Javits Center here in New York City.
Destiny continues to wow and inspire audiences all over the world, not just with her performances, but with her message. Her message of love, and unity.
As well as performances, Destiny is also a superb actress. She has been in films and web-series such as: Saving Julian ( A film about and for Homeless LGBT Youth) , Facades : A Queer Web Series, A Killing Day. She also made a cameo in the finale, of recent HBO series VYNL.
In March 2015, just a few days after her GLBT performance at the Jacob Javitz Center, Destiny posted a video of her Beyoncé Super Bowl Halftime Show performances at the 2015 LGBT went viral via Facebook, receiving over 30 million hits, being featured in Panama News, that featured alone received over 5.3 million views, since then receiving 3 million more, and still being shared all over the world.
Throughout her journey Destiny Devine has graced the covers of magazines such as Provincetown, Get Out and Next and more.