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  • Get free tickets to see Got To Dance live

    We are so excited that Got To Dance is finally back on our screens and Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia are here to add some sparkle to our Sunday night viewing. Bigger, better and glitzier than ever before.

    So far, we’ve seen reigning champions Chris and Wes prank the celeb judges with their hilarious Morris dancer impersonation, been wowed by auditions from hopefuls like Antics and returning contestant Luke Mann, and seen the judges seal the fate of the dancers with the push of three star-shaped buttons. We just can’t wait for our next fix.

    And, lucky Sky customers, we’re giving you the chance to see what goes into the making of a Got To Dance show with audience tickets to the finale up for grabs.

    You can apply for up to two free tickets and be up close to the action to cheer on your favourite hip-hop kings and dancing queens as they compete for a life-changing cash prize. And if you record the show on Sky+ and watch it back at home, you may even spot yourself on TV.

    Each week we'll be giving away tickets for that week’s show only. Book tickets by 10am on the day of your chosen show. You must arrive by 2.15pm in order to guarantee entry.

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    Got To Dance

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    Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia are back for this year's Got To Dance - the ultimate dance competition and reality show.

     

    With bundles of talent - and some hilarious performances - there’s every dance style in the book from hip hop and disco to tap, rumba and ballet.

     

    With the finale now in sight, the nation is getting closer to finding out who will be crowned the 2012 Got To Dance champion and take home the whopping £250,000 prize.

     

    If you’re lucky enough to get tickets, you must be aged eight or over in order to attend and under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

     

    You can watch the five semi-finals and finale of Got To Dance 2012 on Sky1 HD (Channel 106) on Sundays at 6pm.