SSH! Don't tell a soul!
But 19-year-old Liz Burns is a world line dancing - yes, line dancing - champion.
For the last eight years, Liz, of Jim Lane, Marsh, has been hiding her line dancing secret.
Her friends thought she was attending modern dancing competition.
But now the truth is out.
"I've managed to hide it for eight years," said Liz.
"There's such a stereotype attached to line dancing, all cowboy hats and knee slapping. But it's changed over the years and is nothing like that now," she added.
Liz has just been named female Division 4 champion in the World Dance Masters competition after three days at Blackpool's Winter Gardens.
Liz - a former student of Greenhead College in Huddersfield - competed against 12 other line dancers from all over the world, including Australia, America and Sweden, to take the top prize.
She was cheered on by mum Carol, also a line dancer, dad Terry and sister Tracey, 24.
After completing her A-level studies, Liz took a year out to concentrate on her dancing. She is now looking for work to pay for her dancing career.
She dances twice a week at local clubs and goes to a professional coach once a month in York.
Her next major competition will be the British Dance Masters at Blackpool Tower in December.