The Greatest Dancer: Who is Latin formation group KLA?

The Greatest Dancer: Who is Latin formation group KLA?

The Greatest Dancer is a brand new show to BBC One in 2019.

The auditions seem a lifetime away, the live shows are in full swing and the final is officially upon us!

In episode 7 four finalists went through including James and Oliver, Harry and Eleiyah, Ellie and KLA but there can only be one winner.

In the final, each finalist will have to dance twice including a special performance with their dance captain!

Here’s everything you need to know about The Greatest Dancer finalists KLA…

The Greatest Dancer KLA – Ep 5

Who is KLA?

KLA is a latin formation group from South Wales.

The all-female group consists of eight members – Clara, Ariella, Ava, Izzie, Nellie, Halle-Mai, Emily, Hannah.

Normally latin formation groups are made up of girls and boys however the girls, aged 9-11 years, take on both the male and female dance roles.

Screen Shot: The Greatest Dancer KLA – BBC One

KLA’s Carnival Challenge

In episode 5 KLA brought the sass.

They were tasked with the Carnival challenge and with that they made a fun, colourful display of their performance.

Cheryl said: “You’re so cute I wanna squeeze you. It’s clear that Oti’s cleaned you up. I think you’re a match made in heaven.”

Oti added that the group had done her proud.

The Greatest Dancer KLA – Ep 5

Watch The Greatest Dancer Final

The finalists are fighting it out in the live shows to win the competition.

The Greatest Dancer winner will get the huge opportunity of performing on Strictly Come Dancing and they’ll also take home prize money of £50,000.

If you want to watch the show live rather than from your home then tickets are still available here.

Watching from home? Head over to BBC One on Saturday, February 23rd at 7:10 pm.

BBC One The Greatest Dancer



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