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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