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Giselle was a dancer at The Next Step Dance Studio before she left in season 4 and is Clara's older sister.

Biography Edit

Before the show Edit

Giselle learned how to dance and joined The Next Step Dance Studio.

Season 1 Edit

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Giselle reassures Clara to stay at the auditions.

Giselle is happy to find out that her younger sister, Clara, will audition for Lost & Found Music Studios.[1] On the day of auditions, Giselle encourages Clara to stay at auditions, when she tries to escape, and gives her advice and encouragement.[2] After Clara gets into Lost & Found (which Giselle is overjoyed about[3]), Giselle advises before her first official day.[4] However, after Clara plagiarizes "Free Bird"[5] (which Giselle is oblivious about), she argues with Clara upon Clara asserting that she has no friends.[6]

Personality Edit

Giselle is a pleasant, bubbly, and cheerful individual. However, she can also be short-tempered and argumentative.

Physical appearance Edit


Giselle has red-brown curled hair, pale skin, blue eyes, and a wide grin.

Wardrobe Edit

Main article: Giselle/Outfits

Giselle's wardrobe mainly comprises of green, blue or white clothing.

Relationships Edit

Clara Edit

See also: Clara
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Giselle admonishes Clara.

Clara is Giselle's younger half-sister. Giselle is supportive of her and always wants the best for her. Currently, Giselle is on bad terms with Clara after arguing.

Appearances Edit

Season 1Edit

Season 2 Edit

  • Unknown episode(s)

Quotes Edit

Main article: Giselle/Quotes

Gallery Edit

Annabelle season 1 episode 4 quote "Okay, please show me."

To view the Giselle Bellamy gallery, click here.


  1. "Play the Record." Wikia. Retrieved on August 2, 2016.
  2. "Invincible." Wikia. Retrieved on August 2, 2016.
  3. "All About the Music." Wikia. Retrieved on August 2, 2016.
  4. "Day After Day." Wikia. Retrieved on August 2, 2016.
  5. "Freebird." Wikia. Retrieved on August 2, 2016.
  6. "Sunrise." Wikia. Retrieved on August 2, 2016.