Patrons

Diversity

Diversity
Diversity are a street dance troupe who are best known for winning the third series of Britain’s Got Talent on 30 May 2009.

The group was formed in 2005 when they were originally known as Swift Moves and performed at JUMPOFF. The troupe are made up of members from East London and Essex and comprise three sets of brothers and four of their friends. Some are still at school or university but the older members include an IT systems engineer, a bathroom installer, and a telephone salesperson.

“Danceaid is the perfect way for those who love to dance to support this worthwhile cause. We hope you will all get involved and have some fun with your friends. We’re determined to use our success to make a difference in the world.”

Watch their winning dance below:

Flawless

Flawless
Flawless were Britain’s Got Talent 2009 finalists. They have 11 members and are currently one of the biggest dance troupes in the UK and were formed 4 years ago by Marlon, the group’s choreographer.

“We are all proud of being Patrons to the Danceaid event and Hope for Children. Now’s your chance to have fun and work to make your own routine, and you never know, you could be winners as well. Your support will make a real difference to so many needy children. Good luck and have fun!”

Watch their audition here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GrOMLylvhQ

George Sampson

George Sampson
George Sampson is a street dancer from Warrington, England and was the winner of the second series of Britain’s Got Talent on 31 May 2008, aged 14. As a prize, he received £100,000 and the opportunity to perform at the 2008 Royal Variety Performance.

“I can’t wait to get involved with Danceaid!”

Watch his winning dance here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyDnYeUnT7w

Signature

Signature
Signature are an English dance group consisting of Suleman Mirza and Madhu Singh. Their style of dance is British Bhangra and they frequently base their performances around Michael Jackson songs, such as “Billie Jean” and “Thriller”. They gained wide recognition during their performances in the second series of Britain’s Got Talent, in which they were runners-up to street dancer George Sampson.

“We’re thrilled to get the chance to support Hope for Children. We’ll definitely be entering the competition!”

Watch their audition here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaBsshIYT2w