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Young Irish dancers to make TV debut

Jordan and Perri
The Irish dancers with Jordan and Perri

EIGHT young Irish dancers are set to make their TV debut on Nickelodeon series Jordan & Perri’s Ultimate Block Party tomorrow evening.

A group of dancers schooled at the Maguire O’ Shea Irish Dancing school will perform together in front of their friends and families in Ilford.

They will take to the dance floor with an impressive street dance routine choreographed by Diversity members Jordan and Perri.

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The episode, which will be broadcast on Nickelodeon at 6.30pm, showcases the energetic dancers – Jonjo, Caitlin, Erin, Mollie, Ella, Amy, Bonie and Brien as they throw the ultimate block party.

Viewers will see the Irish dancers get a helping hand from girlband Stooshe – and re-pay the favour by giving Stooshe their own Irish Dancing lesson.

The eight young dancers
The eight young dancers

Dancer Erin said: “It was a big challenge for us to take on a completely different dance style.

“Being Irish dancers we weren’t used to using our arms. Jordan and Perri were brilliant teachers and I was surprised at how quickly we picked up the routine. Stooshe really helped us improve on our street style too!”

Jordan & Perri’s Ultimate Block Party will air at 6.30pm tomorrow (June 14) on Nickelodeon

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