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D'umo (née Cortopassi; born September 11, 1973) and Napoleon Buddy D'umo (born October 17, 1968), known together as Nappytabs, are Emmy Award-winning married choreographers who are often credited with developing lyrical hip-hop.

They are best known for their choreography on the television show So You Think You Can Dance and for being supervising choreographers and executive producers of America's Best Dance Crew.

While hanging out with her cheerleading and dance team friends, Tabitha invited Napoleon and his body building friends to come to a casual practice session and do stunt work with them.

Napoleon and his friends eventually attended a formal practice session on campus, and the cheerleading coach was so impressed with their work that they all received full scholarships to join the team.

They did not call themselves Nappytabs, and the word being a nickname to refer to both of them did not start until they became choreographers on So You Think You Can Dance.

It was on this show that their lyrical hip-hop choreography style gained mainstream exposure.

Jobs included choreographing performances for NFL and NBA dance teams including the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Chicago Bulls, and Orlando Magic.

The Nappytabs logo began as a yin and yang like symbol with an "n" and a "t" overlapping in the middle.

Some of the sponsors were not happy about it and wanted to cover the Nappytabs logo on the clothing.Since there were no hip-hop classes, Tabitha learned by watching music videos and participating in her school's cheer and dance teams.She cites Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, and Paula Abdul as influences.Tabitha and Napoleon grew up on opposite coasts of the United States and met in the early 1990s as students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.They began their dance career together while still in college by choreographing industrial musicals for large corporations with the hip-hop dance company Culture Shock."Bleeding Love" was nominated for a 2009 Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography.