After weeks of action packed auditions and breath taking live shows, Sky1 HD’s GOT TO DANCE will culminate with a spectacular live final on Sunday 14 February at 6pm. Host Davina McCall and judges Kimberly Wyatt, Adam Garcia and Ashley Banjo scoured the length and breadth of the UK and Ireland, casting their verdict on hundreds of hopefuls.
Jukebox Juniors, a street dance troupe from Cardiff, and Emily Crow, a freestyle dancer from Scotland, were the first two acts to qualify for the Final, after delivering stunning performances and being selected by the viewing public over the other four contenders. The judges were equally impressed, with Ashley commenting that Emily danced with “beauty and power”. Adam said that Jukebox Juniors had “so much flair and charisma”.
MJ Latin and Matthew Koon were the next acts to qualify following brilliant performances in the second semi-finals. Ashley called Matthew’s performance his “favourite performance on GOT TO DANCE so far.” Kimberly was brought to tears, saying “I don’t remember the last time I was blessed with seeing such talent”. Of MJ Latin, Ashley said “I don’t know what to expect from you, but you wowed me tonight.”
The acts battling it out in the third and final semi-final will be: Dance Dynamix, Fancy Feet, The Box, Unity Youth, Eclipse and Akai. Only two of them will make it through to the nail-biting finale on Sunday 14 February, where judge Ashley’s incredible group Diversity will be exclusively performing.
In this 90-minute special, the pressure on the acts will be at a peak and they must pull out all the stops and dance like they’ve never danced before. There’s no room for mistakes – they’ve just got to bring it. Halfway through, three acts will fall at the last hurdle, leaving a trio of talents to wow the judges and vie for that all-important viewers’ vote. With £100,000 up for grabs, who will leave us scooping our jaws from the floor as GOT TO DANCE 2010 champion?