Famous as an ice princess, Tanith Belbin is a Canadian-American ice dancer, who though was born in Canada but holds dual citizenship and has competed for America for various titles. A top celebrity in the world of ice dancing, Tanith Belbin has the poise, charm, posture and the outlook of a very graceful, refined and elegant woman who managed to create a name for her from a very young age.
Tanith Belbin started ice dancing at about the age of 8 or 9, a mere child. From there onwards there was no stopping her. She started her ice skating as a sheer hobby but turned it into a full-blown profession once she switched from ice skating to ice dancing. Tanith Belbin started professional skating in the year 1998 when she paired up with her long-term dance partner Benjamin Agosto. Both Agosto and Tanith Belbin have managed to create a whooping impression as a top-notch ice dancer and also in the top celebrity world because of the numerous competitions that they have won together.
Along with Agosto her ice dance partner, Tanith Belbin has managed to win a silver medal at the 2006 Olympics, is a world medalist for four times, is a three times Four Continent Champion in the year 2004-2006 and is five times U.S Champion from 2004-2008. Both Tanith Belbin and Agosto have a lot of titles and victories under their names and have been an unbeatable duo for a very long time.
Tanith Belbin was named “The Queen of Ice” by the Italian Vogue. She indeed is. Ranked among the best top celebrity ice dancers, Tanith Belbin has a lot to offer when it comes to awing the audience and the judges with her sumptuous and spectacular dance moves and nuances.
Despite having announced her retirement from ice dancing in June 2010, Tanith Belbin, to date, remains a top celebrity name in the world of ice skating, dancing and competitive skating. Upon early retirement, she decided to move back to Michigan to be closer to her family, friends and of course boyfriend Charlie White. She continues to create stirs in the world of ice dancing, if not as a competitor, as a commentator.