Could your child be the next Fit to Dance champion?

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Does your child love to dance? Do they make up routines and perform them in front of an adoring audience? If so, I have news of a fantastic competition you’ll no doubt want your children to enter. Have you heard about the national competition to find the UK’s Fit to Dance Champion?


Peter Andre launched the competition last week to find the UK’s Fit to Dance Champion and along with his son, Junior they’ve performed a choreographed routine in a step-by-step video guide inspired by the must-see show Disney On Ice presents Frozen which comes to the UK in October.



Fit to Dance is a new programme that aims to give children a chance to share in the magical world of Disney On Ice by allowing them to make up their own stories and performing them through dance.


Families who want to enter the Fit to Dance Champion competition, which is being launched over on the Disney On Ice Facebook page, are encouraged to check out the step-by-step guide and get their dance on. Families will need to capture their own creative performances on video and then upload their video to the Facebook competition page.

Peter commented: “I’m so excited to launch the Fit to Dance Champion competition and get families across the UK dancing together and having some fun! It’s a great way to do something that’s creative and active with the kids, and it doesn’t cost a thing. Junior and I had a great time making our video and we can’t wait to see what other families come up with!


Peter and the Fit to Dance panel will review all the entries and choose their winner who embodied the spirit of Fit to Dance. The champion will be crowned as Fit to Dance Champion 2016 and will also win VIP family tickets to Disney On Ice’s Spring 2017 tour as well as some other exciting prizes. To enter and find out more, visit the Disney On Ice Facebook page. Good luck!

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