Nat misses out Show’s top prize

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An Irchester school boy lost out on a share of a £250,000 jackpot after starring in the final of Sky One’s Got To Dance last night.

Eleven-year-old Nathaniel Pearce, or Nat as he prefers to be called, narrowly missed out on the top prize, along with the seven other members of his Bedfordshire-based street dance group Kazzum.

The group of boys, all aged 11 and 12, battled nine other finalists for the crown last night.

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Now in its third series, the show is hosted by Davina McCall and features a judging panel of Ashley Banjo, former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia.

Nat and Kazzum’s route to the final saw them beat off competition from thousands of other entrants from across the country.

The group is already the reigning UK street dancing champions for its age division, and they have been dancing together for three years after being out together by leader and choreographer, 16-year-old Ed Jones, of Harrold.

The teenager has spent the week getting the group ready for the competition.

The group first started performing together under Ed’s leadership about three years ago.

He decided to put them up for the competition last year.

Nat has previously told the Evening Telegraph that he enjoyed dancing because it’s fun, and he enjoys performing as part of a group.