See Limp Bizkit's John Otto and 11-Year-Old Daughter Compete on Reality Dance Show | Revolver

See Limp Bizkit's John Otto and 11-Year-Old Daughter Compete on Reality Dance Show

"Break Stuff" drummer is a contestant on CBS' new program 'Come Dance With Me'

Limp Bizkit are typically associated with the type of dancing that leads to torn-up plywood and general mayhem, but apparently one member of the nu-metal group has the kind of moves that can land you on a CBS reality dance show. Founding drummer John Otto — the guy who played on "Break Stuff," "Nookie," and every other Limp Bizkit track ever recorded — and his 11-year-old daughter Ava are contestants on a family dance competition program called Come Dance With Me, which just debuted on Friday April 15th. 

As Blabbermouth points out, CBS says the show "features exceptionally talented young dancers from across the country who invite one untrained family member who has supported their dance dreams to be their partner for a chance to strut their stuff for a grand prize." In this case, Papa Otto is the novice, as his daughter has apparently racked up all sorts of dance accolades and is a renowned figure in the child dancing world. Her and her dad will be competing against 11 other teams for a $100,000 cash prize, and according to an interview with Celebrity Page, the first part of the competition went well for the both of them. 

"I was a bit on the bossy side. I like having control," Ava said. "It was very nice." Her dad added, "I just [tried to] keep it one foot in front of the other and just worried about not trying to embarrass her, let alone embarrass myself — I already embarrassed myself." "You were great, you didn't embarrass me," Ava replied. "I am so thankful for anyone who is supporting us. It was a big step for the both of us so it's really great knowing that people are supporting us from everywhere."

Check out the interview above and John's Instagram post below to see clips of their dance moves, and check out the full first episode at