The first series saw the unlikeliest of dancers from around the UK surprise groups of friends and family with incredible performances. From dinner ladies to darts players, to a squad of policeman, Ashley showed them all how learning to street dance is not just about mastering new steps but about gaining self-confidence. For many it turned out to be a life changing experience.
“Whether they lack the confidence to even contemplate inching onto the dance floor or think they have two left feet, Ashley Banjo believes that with the right training, perseverance and practice, anyone can do it. This series will see him, with the support of fellow members of Diversity, transform dance floor wallflowers into disco divas once again as he uncovers, nurtures and reveals the hidden twinkle-toed talents of groups including a girls rugby team, estate agents, farmers and teachers.” – Sky
In episode one Ashley heads to Swindon, Wiltshire, taking 26-year-old groom-to-be Lee under his wing. Lee wants to surprise his fiancée Amy, 23, on their big day by bringing down the house with a showstopping performance alongside his best men. Lee, a naturally shy guy, will have to learn to take centre-stage and lead his crew, especially the disruptive jokers of the pack, to make sure his special moment doesn’t leave his bride blushing for all the wrong reasons.
The show returns on Sunday 17th March at 8pm with following editions airing Sundays at 7pm on Sky 1 and Sky 1 HD.
[Reported by Neil Lang]