They have to be the biggest name in dance since "Riverdance", especially after ousting SuBo in TV's Britain's Got Talent last year. Now in 2010, Diversity have seen themselves appear in the huge new film "Streetdance 3D", a simple tale of dance-offs and move-busting, not unlike the 80s own "Breakdance". We'll forgive them for appearing in an advert for a well-known never-ending furniture sale and tell you about their next move - a new UK tour. Their last one sold like hot cup-cakes, so listen up!
They kick off the three-week December jaunt in London at the Hammersmith Apollo, with two dates on the 1st and 2nd, before heading off to Brighton (3rd), Bournemouth (5th), Cardiff (7th), Plymouth (8th), Liverpool (10th), Birmingham (11th), Newcastle (13th), Glasgow (14th), Sheffield (16th) before settling in Manchester for another twosome on the 19th and 20th. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday.
Diversity are spreading the dancing-love throughout the year, appearing at the Circus Tavern in Purfleet on the 18th June (£27.50 - a few tickets left), the Isle of Man Bay Festival on 20th June (with Olly Murs and George Sampson) and Peterborough on 18th July (£28.50 - with Diana Vickers and JLS). Please note - Exeter tickets (17th July) have all sold-out now.