Got to Dance

TV Show (2010)

Got to Dance
Davina McCall presents as crews, troupes and solo dancers perform in front of a live audience and a judging panel, including JLS star Aston Merrygold, Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Banjo from Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity. After the auditions the best acts will be taken through to the live shows and viewers will get the chance to vote for who should be Got to Dance champion.
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 14 Episode 14: Live Final

    Davina McCall welcomes back the top 10 acts to battle it out at London's Olympia for the £250,000 prize and the title of Got to Dance champion. Lukas MacFarlane, Tom, Rhys, Mini Moves, Rory, IMD, Antics and Godson have made it through so far to perform for Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt and Aston Merrygold - although the judges' opinions are only there to guide the viewers at home, whose votes will decide this year's winner

  • Season 5 Episode 2: Got to Dance Auditions

    Davina McCall hosts as more hopeful dancers make their way to the Roundhouse in Camden for the second round of auditions. Once there they take to the stage in front of former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, Diversity main man Ashley Banjo and West End star Adam Garcia. If they don't cut it, they're out - but if they show promise, they go through, knowing there's a chance they might be chosen by one of the judges to represent them in the live finals later in the month

  • Season 5 Episode 1: Got to Dance Auditions

    Davina McCall hosts the return of the dance contest, in which crews, troupes and soloists try to impress the audience and a judging panel comprising ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, Diversity main man Ashley Banjo and - back after a one-series break - West End star Adam Garcia. This year, however, the trio won't just be giving their opinions - when it comes to the shortlisting process, each judge will select a team of six acts to mentor throughout the live shows, which for the first time will take place across a single week at the end of the month. But first there's the little matter of sifting through the good and bad at the auditions, taking place at the Roundhouse in Camden, so expect a few hopefuls with two left feet before the diamonds in the rough shine through

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