1:30pm Friday 1st March 2013
By David Trayner
A DANCE crew have vowed never to give up after narrowly missing out on the final of Got to Dance.
Poison, who rehearse at Wiggles Dance Studio, Southend, are already looking to their next performance after bowing out of the semi-final of the Sky 1 show.
Lorraine Field, who runs the school and whose daughters Christabelle and Lillie, 19, are in the 10-strong group, said: “The girls are very proud of themselves.
“They put themselves out there and showed they are unique and strong.
“They loved every minute of it.”
The group, who were highly praised by the judges, including former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt, JLS singer Ashton Marigold and Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo, will perform in front of 5,000 people on the main stage of dance conference Move It this month.
Kimberly, who said Poison were the best female commercial dance crew in three years of Got to Dance, and Ashton, who said they “smashed it”, both wanted the girls, who hail from Rochford, Hockley and Rayleigh, to get through.
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