Water dancer turns heads
A YOUNG dancer is hoping to make waves in the dance world after posing for a series of unusual photographs.
Ella Randles, 10, from Gunco Lane in Macclesfield, has been a member of Jam Dance school since the age of three and dreams of one day opening her own dance school.
Mum Kerry paid for the photo shoot for her daughter at Manchester’s Aquatics Centre as a Christmas present, and was ‘amazed’ at the results.
She said: “We didn’t know what to expect but are really impressed. The shoot took three hours and involved three costume changes but Ella didn’t get bored, she absolutely loved it! She already owns more than £1,000 worth of costumes and would love to go on Strictly Come Dancing.”
The Ivy Bank Primary School pupil, who lives with mum Kerry, dad John and sister Ava, six, specialises in hip hop, contemporary, freestyle and rock‘n’roll dance and practises every Saturday.
She is also a member of cheerleading squad Maximum Cheer.
Mum Kerry said: “She’s forever dancing at home. “It’s funny though, she finds it hard dancing in front of friends but has no problem dancing in front of hundreds of people in competitions!”