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The first live semi-final is due to take place on Sunday, January 24th, on Sky1.
The eight-strong city group only began dancing last year and were among thousands from all over the UK who applied to take part in the Sky 1 Show.Applications have opened for hopefuls to enter the latest competition, with a third judge to be confirmed at a later date Davina Mc Call will return as host for the 13-episode contest, which concludes with a week of live arena shows. The presenter said: "The joy of dance is completely infectious and I was bitten by that bug long ago. "I'm not an Adonis but I was brought up by beach in Sydney - everyone walks around with their shirts off so I feel quite comfortable. At one point in the shoot I was stood on a balcony and I'm sure my butt was pointing directly at whoever walked by. Sumeet-Pal Singh Panesar, aged 19, from Chapelfields, said: “We are just waiting now to hear what happens next.
“We’ve been rehearsing whenever we can and it would be great if we are picked to go further in the competition.” And to follow on from that, TV presenter Davina Mc Call drove to Coventry to give city dance group Bhangra Heads some good news...
They performed before Pussycat Dolls performer Kimberly Wyatt, West End star Adam Garcia and Ashley Banjo from Britain’s Got Talent winners Diversity.
Adam Garcia later called their performance “joyous” and all three judges gave the group their seal of approval.
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She worked in a revue on Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas for two years.