Dancers are a real smash hit

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Danc­ing queens from NL Leisure’s dance academy took to the streets of Water­loo to join in a record-break­ing per­for­mance.

To cel­e­brate the DVD re­lease of the smash hit movie Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, its pro­duc­ers were at­tempt­ing to break the Guin­ness World Records ti­tle for the world’s largest disco dance in Water­loo, Lon­don.

And they en­listed the help of dancers from Mon­k­lands to take part in some crack­ing chore­og­ra­phy in Water­loo, Wishaw, to make the per­for­mance go vi­ral across the UK.

Twenty su­per troupers clad with pink feather boas looked like they were send­ing out an SOS as they braved the chill to per­form the rou­tine to Abba clas­sic Mamma Mia un­der­neath the Water­loo sign on Wishaw Road.

The name of the game was to record the dancers per­form­ing at the two re­gional lo­ca­tions and show them on a screen along­side the 340 dancers per­form­ing in Lon­don.

The dance was chore­ographed by An­thony Van Laast, the chore­og­ra­pher from the hit movie.

Abba ma­nia Twenty su­per troupers put on a sen­sa­tional show in Water­loo, Wishaw

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