Former Glee actress Naya Rivera is going from student to teacher in Step Up: High Water, the 10-episode YouTube Red series based on the Step Up film franchise and executive produced by original Step Up stars and real life couple, Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum.
In her first series since Glee went off the air in 2015, Rivera will star alongside music superstar Ne-Yo as school administrator Collette Jones, proving she’s still got the moves that made her famous as scandalous Cheerio Santana Lopez on the hit FOX series.
In the clip, Rivera teams up with Ne-Yo to choreograph a sexy and sultry number with the triple-threat stating “I think you’re holding back,” after the duo orchestrates a few moves. Ne-Yo’s character, surprised by her claim, turns up the heat -- and the music -- and the two work it out on the dance floor, grinding and swaying to the beat in sync with one another.
Step Up: High Water follows the students and faculty of "High Water, Atlanta’s most cutthroat performing arts school and is available now to watch on the 10-dollar-a-month YouTube Red series. Rivera appeared on MTV's TRL on Wednesday (Jan. 31), a day after the shocking death of former Glee costar and one-time boyfriend Mark Salling but did not comment on his passing, which drew mixed reactions from some of the show's other former cast and crew.