Dancing duo Twist And Pulse to join in Cleethorpes' Olympic Torch celebrations
A DANCING duo who won the hearts of the nation on Britain's Got Talent will be helping Cleethorpes welcome the Olympic Flame.
Today we can reveal Twist And Pulse are joining the bill for a party at the Olympic Torch evening celebrations at Cleethorpes' Meridian Park Showground, on June 26.
The pair have been chosen by Samsung to invite the nation to take part in each of the 66 evening celebration events being held throughout the country.
The lads – Ashley Glazebrook and Glen Murphy – describe their act as "streetomedy" and it is sure to get the people of North East Lincolnshire bopping and bouncing to their funky moves.
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"Since Britain's Got Talent we have performed to more than one million people," they said.
"But being invited to the Olympic Torch relay evening celebrations is the most amazing thing we've been asked to do.
"We are looking forward to bringing as many people together as possible.
"On the Torch tour, we will be travelling around the UK and the tour bus is amazing!
"The event is free and we can't wait to meet you, see you and your smiling face. We can't wait to see you there!"
The pair were finalists in the popular TV show in 2010, but made a welcome return this year by passing on their techniques to Twist And Pulse Dance Company, who made it to the third semi-final.
As reported, the Olympic Flame is travelling on an 8,000-mile journey around the UK, stopping off in North East Lincolnshire along the way before arriving in the Olympic stadium on July 27.
The Torch will take centre-stage at the event at Meridian Park. As reported, Camden-based Tribes – a hotly-tipped band – will also be entertaining the crowds alongside local performers.
There are 8,000 free tickets available for the event, so you can watch its arrival and take part in the evening extravaganza. To enter the ballot, in which you can apply for up to six tickets per household, visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/2012andbeyond
Alternatively, you can apply at any of North East Lincolnshire's ten libraries.