Possibly best known as a backup dancer for Beyonce, Shirlene Quigley has gone missing without a trace. And a lot of her longtime collaborators are very worried about her. The woman's phone was found in a New York City bridal store in Chelsea, and has since been turned over to the police. As of now, there is no trace of the woman.
A resident of New Jersey, Shirlene Amber Quigley is 5ft 10 and 150 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes, with authorities urging everyone to keep an eye out for her, and to call if she is located. iHeart.com reports that the woman's car, 2006 Silver Mercedes C230, was found Monday at 126 W. 55th St. after it had been towed away by police.
Perhaps most disturbing in the case is that after the vehicle was located, it was discovered that the woman's Facebook had been deactivated. This immediately lead to both friends and family contacting the authorities. Quigley is best known for her collaborative work with Beyonce, most famously appearing in the 'Crazy in Love' music video. She has also performed for other artists such as Rihanna, Chris Brown, Destiny's Child, Missy Elliot, Mary J Blige, Jamie Foxx, Ray J, and many more.
At this time, both Rihanna and Missy Elliot are helping to spread the word of Shirlene Amber Quigley's unexpected disappearance. Quigley was last seen getting on a bus at New York's Port Authority Bus Terminal around 1am local time on Sunday. The dancer failed to call her father for their nightly chat, which immediately worried him. He is the one that actually got the hunt for the 32 year old woman jumpstarted as he started to alert other family members. He does admit that she recently made a strange comment to a friend saying, 'Get ready, it's about to happen. And you're going to need to sub for me.'
Both Rihanna and Missy Elliot have used their Instagram accounts to help spread the word of this disappearance, which you can check out below. Anyone with tips on the whereabouts of Quigley are being urged to call North Bergen Police Department with TIPS ONLY at (201) 392-2092. Fans are asked to please not block up the hotline with erroneous phone called.