The dancer, who got her start in Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love" video and worked with many other artists before touring on her own, went missing Sunday night after telling a friend, "Get ready, it's about to happen." Her phone was found in a bridal store in New York City and her car was found at a rental car facility in New Jersey. Rihanna and Missy Elliott both posted calls for their fans to spread the word and help find her.
On Tuesday night, the North Bergen Police Department announced that they had found Quigley after an "extensive search." She's currently safe and at an undisclosed medical facility. Her father is flying from Los Angeles to be with her.
Missy Elliot posted an update on Instagram, thanking supporters for getting the word out. "We love you with all our hearts," she wrote. "I'm just thankful you are still here with us today."
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