Jasmine first auditioned for season 10 in Atlanta, Georgia. She has formal dance training in ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, modern, and musical theater.The duet includes a difficult prop which is an apple the dancers battle over.The dance emotionally hits everybody including the judges. She answered a newspaper advertisement for studio instructor trainees.Murphy moved to California and searched for a dance partner while working as an instructor. The two began to compete and eventually became the 19 Austrian National Champions. She retired from competition and shifted her focus toward her dance academy.Along with every other contestant, Harper performed a jazz routine to, "Puttin' on the Ritz." Jasmine was revealed to be paired with tap dancer, Aaron Turner.Immediately, Turner and Harper figured out why they were paired together was because they are the tallest contestants of season 10.
Murphy had opened the Champion Ballroom Academy in San Diego in 1990 and found it difficult splitting herself between these two obligations. Open Standard final in an unprecedented six months. Murphy was part of the original guest judge and choreographer pool when season 1 began in 2005.
She tried to explain more, but ran out of time and stumbled.
Jasmine and Aaron were teamed up with Sonya Tayeh to do a swampy jazz routine to the song, "Bottom of the River" by Delta Rae.
Jasmine was asked to explain her life and personality in 10 seconds.
She claimed she loves the color red, loves killer whales, and can whistle really well.