Dance with Olly Murs and be a part of our End of the Show Show!
UNFORTUNATELY ENTRIES HAVE NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU FOR GETTING INVOLVED!
As you all know, we are going through some unprecedented times at the moment which means this weekend we’ll be bringing you Saturday Night Takeaway without our amazing studio audience. But we’ll still be giving you a spectacular End of the Show Show, thanks to the amazing Olly Murs, and we want YOU to be a part of the show, from the comfort of your home!
Olly will be singing his massive hit, ‘Dance With Me Tonight’ and as he performs we want to see the nation on their feet, dancing alongside Olly, so we can all spread some joy at a time when it's needed the most!!
If you've ever dreamt of being a part of the best show on telly, then this could be your chance.
Upload a video of yourself and anyone you live with doing your best freestyle dance moves, and your video might be featured in this weekend’s episode! You must dance to at least 1 minute of Olly's song, 'Dance With Me Tonight' so keep those moves going.
We do have some guidelines for you to follow when you film:
- You must dance to a least 1 minute of the song, so keep those moves going.- We want to see your best moves – the bigger the better, so don’t hold back. The more impressive your moves, the more likely you are to be on TV.- Your video can feature just you or anyone you live with!- You can even involve your pets, providing they’re happy to join in!- Feel free get you favourite fancy dress on if you want but not compulsory!- No singing or lip syncing.- Your video should be filmed landscape.- You should be right in the middle of the shot.- Film in your living room or wherever you watch TV.- Avoid filming with a window behind you or with your TV in the frame.- Remember, you might be entertaining the nation so don’t hold back!!!
Please avoid wearing any branded clothing or featuring alcohol in your submissions. A selection of these videos may be shown in the programme on Saturday 21st March and may also feature on our social media pages, website or other platforms. We also may use your name or town as part of this alongside your submission.
PS. Don’t take videos of people without their express permission (or of children without their parent or guardians’ permission). Don’t take images of original artwork (unless you produced the artwork yourself, obvs) and above all don’t endanger yourself!