Sky 1’s reality TV show, Got To Dance, will return for a third series in January 2012.
The show, presented by Davina McCall, looks to discover the country’s most talented dance floor divas by scouring the nation for Britain’s best crews, troupes and solo dancers of all styles and ages for a chance to win a life-changing cash prize of £250k
The judging panel of three is made up of West End star and actor, Adam Garcia; singer and trained dancer Kimberly Wyatt; and Ashley Banjo, lead dancer and choreographer of Diversity.
A total of eight audition shows have been filmed in Dublin, Glasgow and London. Following these, the judges must whittle those who made the shortlist down to a Final 30, who will then compete across five live semi-final shows.
A public vote will decide the eight finalists who will fight for the coveted crown in front of a 6,000-strong audience at Kensington Olympia. This spectacular finale will also be available to view on Sky 3D.
Davina McCall said: “I am literally beside myself with excitement at the return of our third series of Got To Dance. I love working with gorgeous Adam, lovely Kimberly and of course sweetheart Ashley! Just you wait until you see the auditions – this year the bar has been raised even higher with so many acts worthy of a quarter of a million.”
Got To Dance launches on Sunday 1 January at 6pm on Sky 1 HD and Sky 1. The second audition show will air on Monday 2 January at 6pm.
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