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East London street dance crew to appear on Sky 1

09:17 19 August 2014

Streetdance crew IMD Legion in action

Streetdance crew IMD Legion in action

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Street dance crew IMD Legion could be one step closer to stardom when they appear on Sky 1’s Got to Dance on Sunday.

Streetdance crew IMD Legion are appearing on Sky 1's Got to Dance on Sunday.Streetdance crew IMD Legion are appearing on Sky 1's Got to Dance on Sunday.

The talented 23-strong group have auditioned for the talent show for the second year running and will be hoping to go all the way after being eliminated in the semi-finals last year.

Lead by Rokeby School teacher Omar Ansah-Awuah, who founded the group, and later joined by Warren Gordon-Scott, the dancers are all aged between nine and 18 years old.

The dream for team IMD is to win the show and they would like to use the £250,000 prize fund to invest in a studio and secure their future.

The group have previously appeared on shows including CBBC Friday Download and Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew.

*Watch Got to Dance on Sky 1 st 8pm on August 24 to find out how IMD Legion get on.

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