Keiynan Lonsdale
Keiynan Lonsdale revealed that he isn’t part of any song and dance performances in the musical crossover between “The Flash” and “Supergirl.” Pictured: Lonsdale attends the “Allegiant” New York Premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 theater on March 14, 2016 in New York City. Getty Images/Mark Sagliocco

Keiynan Lonsdale is one of the actors in CW’s DC TV universe who knows how to sing and dance, but will fans see him show off his pipes and his best moves in the upcoming musical crossover between “The Flash” and “Supergirl”?

In a recent interview with TV Guide, Lonsdale revealed that he isn’t part of any of the song and dance performances in the crossover. “I’m not dancing or singing in the musical,” said the Australian actor, who plays Wally West/Kid Flash on the CW series. “But maybe we’ll have another one one day. I’m not so sure. But not in this episode, unfortunately.”

Dancing was Lonsdale’s first passion. During a chat with Fault Magazine last March 2015, he said that his love for dancing started when he was 2. “I was obsessed with Michael Jackson from the age of 2, so I danced all day every from that point on,” he said. “When I was about 15, [that was when] I really started to get passionate about acting and music.”

Lonsdale independently released his debut EP, “Higher Vol. 1,” in October 2015. In an interview with International Business Times in September of that year, Lonsdale explained why he decided to release his EP using his own money.

“I’ve had meetings with record labels where they've literally said, ‘you’re too black to do pop, but you’re not black enough to do [your music],’” he shared. “That really pisses me off because, yes, I’m black, but I’m just this guy from Australia who loves music. I don’t think those rules should apply to anyone. ... That’s why I’m releasing this EP of stuff I’ve written myself because if I’m releasing things independently than it is completely my decision and people can like it if they like it and not if they don’t.”

Earlier this month, Lonsdale revealed on Twitter that he will be releasing new original music next month.

“The Flash,” “Supergirl” musical crossover will kick off at the end of “Supergirl’s” March 20 episode and will continue the next night in “The Flash’s” March 21 episode, where the bulk of the action takes place.