Brothers of Dance will return for week three of BBC show The Greatest Dancer

Contemporary group Brothers of Dance will perform in the third live show of The Greatest Dancer for Round The World week.

Saturday, 8th February 2020, 8:58 pm
Updated Saturday, 8th February 2020, 9:00 pm
Brothers of Dance performed on The Greatest Dancer on Saturday, February 8. Copyright: BBC/Thames/Syco - Photographer: Tom Dymond

On Saturday, February 8, contestants Brothers of Dance performed for the second time live on the on BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer.

Kieran Price, 20 from Blackhall Rocks is part of the contemporary dance group who were chosen by former Girls Aloud singer Cheryl to mentor during the show.

The group of nine received has received overwhelming support since their audition, which has continued to grow since their first live performance last week that wowed both the audience and judges.

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It was ‘props box week’ and Brother of Dance were given a chessboard as their prop. In the VT Cheryl told the group that they ‘stole the show’ last week having gotten the highest score so far in the competition with 97.8%.

She went on to tell the group that it is their individual personalities that ‘make the group what it is’ and even confessed that she was the ‘gobby one’ in Girls Aloud.

Cheryl added: “We are the prop, becoming the prop is the new way of using the prop.”

As the first act to take the stage, the group brought an energetic and powerful routine, suited in white, the dance group played pawns trying to capture the King who wore black.

Kieran Price, 20, (left of Cheryl) from Blackhall feature in the latest series of The Greatest Dancer on BBC One.

The contemporary performance outlines a battle scene that the boys describe as a message that ‘no matter who you are, no matter where you come from you can be a king’.

Todrick Hall commented that they would be a tough act to follow, saying: “You told a story and I really think you slayed this challenge”.

Oti Mabuse said: “That’s how you open a show, it was powerful and it was smart.”

Matthew Morrison said: “Checkmate! You’re really so epic – I loved how you used the space and I look forward to seeing you every week.”

Captain, Cheryl commented: “You work super hard and you make it look effortless, I was on the edge of my seat and I couldn’t be prouder.”

The received a scored of 95.6% from the audience, but it was down to the public to decide who should leave, sadly it was Dark Angels and Ross & Travis who left the competition.

We can see more of Brothers of Dance on BBC One on Saturday, February 15 when the remaining eight acts will dance to stay in the competition.