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Saturday, December 31

Adam Garcia back in Got to Dance on Sunday

West End star and actor Adam Garcia, singer and dancer Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Banjo who is the  leader/choreographer of dance troupe Diversity have been searching for talented divas, crews, troupes and solo performers of every style and age to compete on Sky 1’s Got to Dance and win a cheque for £250,000.

The show starts on New Year's Day 1st January at 6:00 pm.  It is hosted by Davina McCall and will see up to 3,000 dance acts try their luck in trials for the new series in Dublin, Glasgow and London.  More than 71 dance variations will be on display, including African, Chinese ribbon, Cotswold Morris, electric boogie and hoofing which is a form of step dancing. 

214 acts are set to be asked back for another trial and 30 will eventually be chosen to perform in live semi-final shows ahead of a final showdown at Kensington Olympia in West London.

A second audition show can be seen on Sky 1 on Monday January 2nd at 6:00 pm.

Garcia last appeared in London's West in Stomp and is long overdue a return please ...

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