Who won got to Dance 2013?

Who won got to Dance 2013?

Who won got to Dance 2013?

Lukas McFarlane
In series 1 to 3, Adam Garcia was a judge but was replaced by Aston Merrygold in series 4….Series overview.

Year(s) 2013
Main presenter Davina McCall
Judges Ashley Banjo Kimberly Wyatt Aston Merrygold
Winner (dance style) Lukas McFarlane (Contemporary)
Prize money £250,000

When did got to dance end?

28 December 2014
Got to Dance/Final episode date

Who Won Got to Dance 2020?

Michael and Jowita have been crowned the winners of The Greatest Dancer 2020. The talented duo won the grand final of the BBC show tonight, seeing off competition from youngsters Lily and Joseph, solo dancer Harrison and Glasgow dance school, Dancepoint.

Who won got to Dance 2014?

Adam Garcia and Duplic8 crowned Got to Dance champions Duplic8 have been named Got to Dance 2014 champions. 26-year-old Tobias Mead and his dance partner, 13-year-old Jak Tuite-Leach, beat Dance Illusion and Bitter Harvest to the crown in the live final …

Where was got to dance filmed?

Live episodes were filmed at the famous Pinewood Studios & the live final show was held at an arena constructed in London’s Olympia in front of 6000 people.

Who were the judges on Got to Dance?

Adam Garcia2009–2012, 2014
Ashley Banjo2009–2014Kimberly Wyatt2009–2014Aston Merrygold2013
Got to Dance/Judges

Who is the greatest dancer of all time?

The Top 7 Best Dancers of All Time

  • Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson was undoubtedly one of the best dancers of all time.
  • Martha Graham. Martha Graham is widely considered to be one of the best dancers of all time.
  • Gene Kelly.
  • Mikhail Baryshnikov.
  • Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers.
  • Rudolf Nureyev.
  • Gregory Oliver Hines.

Where is dancing most popular?

Here we present some of the most famous dance styles in the world.

  • Bollywood Dance, India – Bollywood dance is a dance form that is heavily used in Indian Bollywood films.
  • Ballet, Russia –
  • Flamenco, Spain –
  • Break Dance, United States –
  • Belly Dance, Middle East –
  • Tango, Argentina –
  • Kabuki, Japan –
  • Salsa, Cuba –