Prodijig (New for 2012)
Prodijig are one of the most exciting dance acts to ever emerge from Ireland - winners of Sky One's 'Got To Dance' 2012 - a dance act for the 22nd century!!
Prodijig, an Irish dance group led by Cork man Alan Kenefick, was crowned winner of Sky 1 HD's talent show 'Got To Dance,' on Sunday 5 March.
Alan Kenefick, lead dancer and choreographer said the group's members are "over the moon!"
"When Davina called out Prodijig's name, we've never been so proud in our entire life. Thanks to all our friends and family, to everyone everywhere in the UK and Ireland that voted. We all can't wait to go home and see our families."
The show concluded as ten acts battled to gain the title and the grand prize of £250,000, the largest sum to be ever won on a TV talent show. Prodijig amazed the judges and viewers alike with their unique contemporary twist on traditional Irish dance, with the total amount of votes up 20 per cent from last year's final.
The group danced their way to first place, performing in front of judges Diversity leader Ashley Banjo, trained dancer and global recording artist Kimberley Wyatt, movie actor and West End dancer Adam Garcia and host Davina McCall, as well as 6,000 audience members in London's Olympia.
Judge Ashley Banjo said after Prodijig's final performance "that was disgustingly good. Look what you did to the 6,000 strong audience here tonight, everyone was on their feet. Incredible."
Kimberly Wyatt said, "you're world class, you're absolutely phenomenal. That was outstanding. You're on another level. You are so crowd pleasing, it's just brilliant."
While Adam Garcia commented, "I actually wasn't sure what your limit could be, and I certainly don't think you've reached it. You've surpassed yourself again and the level of excitement that you induce is so thrilling. It was just fantastic, you were amazing."
After the announcement of the winner host Davina McCall said, "All the finalists were amazing, and this was the hardest final to call, but they definitely have a huge future ahead of them and I can't wait to see what they do next."
Prodijig beat fellow finalists; A Team, Antics, Boadicea, Fear of the Unknown, Kazzum, Methods of Movement, Sweet Surprise, Tayluer and Elliott, Unity UK to the Got To Dance 2012 crown.
Prodijig follow in the footsteps of 10-year-old street dancer Akai from Kent who was Got To Dance Champion 2010 and last years winner's Chris and Wes.
Fee Guide for Prodijig: B
- E: under £1K
- D: £1K - £5K
- C: £5K - £10K
- B: £10K - £15K
- A: £15K - £20K
- A+ : over £20K
- A++: over £30K
- A+++: POA
The majority of fees will also be subject to 20% vat.