It's Groundhogs' day as dance act takes on best for TV prize
Nottingham Post | By Simon Wilson
NOTTINGHAM break-dance trio the Groundhogs will be seen trying to impress JLS star Aston Merrygold on TV talent show Got To Dance, in the hope of winning £250,000.
The chart-topping singer, known for his back-flips when on stage with the group, has joined the judging panel for the fourth series of the Sky 1 programme, which aims to find Britain and Ireland's best new dance act.
Their fate will be revealed when the programme, which is hosted by Davina McCall, is aired tomorrow at 6pm.
"You'll be on the edge of your seats," he promises.
"We're not the best dancers in the world but we are representing Nottingham and everyone should enjoy what we do."
The other judges are Kimberly Wyatt, from the Pussycat Dolls, and Diversity's Ashley Banjo.
The Groundhogs Family was established in 2006, over the years we have built our self a strong reputation doing everything from battles to theatre! Our Crew is dedicated to Inspiring, Motivating young people through performance, weekly classes and workshops. We hope our latest Performance on Sky 1 Got To Dance inspires you all, as Groundhogs was Built To Inspire.
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