More head spins, more dope tricks, and more hype, as teen dancers take the stage for our panel of all-star judges. Each week, three will compete but only one will walk away with \$5,000.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 24 minutes
Dance-Off Juniors - Diversity (dance troupe) - Netflix
Diversity are a British street dance troupe formed in 2007 and based in London. They are best known for winning the 3rd series of Britain's Got Talent in 2009, beating the runner-up, the singer Susan Boyle, in the live final. Diversity consists of friends from London (Leytonstone and Dagenham) and Essex (Basildon), including two sets of brothers and three other members. At the time they appeared on Britain's Got Talent, some were still at school or university, while others had jobs of their own. The group, ranging in age from 22-33, consists of leader and choreographer Ashley Banjo and the following other members: Jordan Banjo, Sam Craske, Mitchell Craske, Perri Kiely, Warren Russell and Terry Smith. Founding members Ashton Russell, Ian McNaughton, Jamie McNaughton, Matthew McNaughton and Ike Chuks have left Diversity. They are currently managed by Danielle Banjo, Ashley and Jordan's mother, and based at Dancework studio. On 28 July 2017, it was announced that former member Robert Anker had died following a car accident in Canada.
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