Real-life stars of 'Step' 'feel like champions'

Blessin Giraldo, Cori Grainger and Tayla Solomon discuss the spotlight they're under as the stars of a documentary that shows them aiming for college and their Baltimore high school step team trying to win a championship.
2:54 | 08/01/17

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Test message cc1 Test message When the step practice comes in, all of those things are erased out of their mind. Those are the inspiring young women starring in the new documentary "Step." You must see this. It's about a high school team in Baltimore shedding a whole different light on Baltimore. Trying to win a championship, become the first in their families to go to college. Great to have blessin, Cori and tayla and the ladies here. So exciting because it's going to be released on Friday. You've had a chance to see it. The buzz about it, what are your emotions right now as everybody is about to learn more about your stories? We feel like champions. We feel like the world can get a different view, a different side of Baltimore. Something that's actually positive, uplifting and at the end of the day we agree that we received like -- triumphed. What I love about y'all -- yes, please, give it up. Now which one of you was an introvert? Maybe me. So how has this helped you and brought you out? Oh, it's done a lot. So ever since middle school I was the quiet one, you know, always an academic extracurriculars but step helped me to open up and find creative outlet so I've seen a lot of growth in my confidence which I use on and offstage, for college that came in handy. Many ways. I think that everybody is going to see a little bit of themselves in all of you and in their neighborhoods. What is your hope that people get out of seeing this documentary? When they see this documentary I want people to be inspired and motivated to do whatever they want to do in life and with the help of my sisters and everyone here today I definitely can say I wouldn't be the person that I am today without them. So be accepting of people trying to support you and accepting tough love. And blessin, I follow you on social media. And I love the posting that you had on Instagram and I want to make sure I get this right. You said success is -- because first of all you are going to your second year of college. You said success is never owned. It's rented and rent is due every day. Yes. So there is a young person who feels like blessin, they want to give up, what do you say to themmy. I would say the great things dn't come easy and you have to continue to work towards it because you fall down, you just have to get back up and you have to find that strength within you and continue to be resilient because you can do it. Uh-huh and that's true. I know. There's going to be so much more about them on "Nightline" and the movie comes out on Friday. You must see it.

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