The young dance troupe, Diversity, who won Britain's Got Talent had the privilege of working with Prime Minister yesterday. In an event celebrating Britain’s young talent, they performed outside number 10 in support of the Backing Young Britain Campaign.
The campaign, supported by hundreds of businesses and charities, aims to invest in the talent of Britain’s young people to ensure that their skills and experience are not being wasted during the economic downturn.
In particular, the event celebrated the achievements of the Talent and Enterprise Taskforce, which has has established Shine, the national youth festival, and been involved in initiatives such as the Prime Minister’s Global Fellowship.
Diversity, whose entertaining and innovative performance included spoof scenes from Parliament, are thought to be the first group to dance outside Number 10.
Unfortunately, during the performance one of Diversity’s young dancers took a tumble and the 13 year old Perri Luc Kiely was in tears. He was consoled by the other members of Diversity and Sarah Brown, the Prime Minister's wife.
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