Girls' dance group Moves into final

GLASGOW dance sensations Mini Moves are one step closer to a £250,000 bonanza.

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The five-strong group of 10 and 11-year-olds, have followed in the footsteps of Fear of the Unknown and made it to the final of the Sky 1 show, Got To Dance.

Last night judge ex-Pussycat Doll Kimberley Wyatt called Holly McPherson of Clydebank, Cara Paton from Old Kilpatrick, Jay Carr from Paisley, Jo Dempsey from Stepps and Skye Seager from Patrick, "Bendy Beyonces".

The final, at the London Olympia, is on March 17.

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