A contemporary dancer is jumping for joy after successfully securing a place in the Miss Great Britain dance final.
Harriet Fisher, 16, impressed the judges so much, she got through to the acclaimed Blackpool dance competition after just two heat performances.
The Strickland Cook Theatre School student hopes to impress the judges at the June 7 final so much with her contemporary lyrical performance that she is crowned champion.
Harriet said she simply “loves” to dance to tap, ballet and contemporary.
“The piece I’ve choreographed is a three-minute high energy complex routine,” said Harriet who will compete against 49 other dancers in the Winter Garden final.
Harriet has been dancing since she was eight-years-old and says she never wants to give up dancing because it’s her passion.
“I’ve always loved to dance; it just comes naturally. Dancing gives you focus and confidence as well as fitness - I would recommend it to anyone - it’s great to have a passion for something in your life,” she said.
Harriet, who lives in Huddersfield, has been a student at the Halifax dance school for nine years and loves it so much she wants to become a dance teacher - to encourage youngsters to be passionate about dance and is learning teaching tips from dance teacher Zoe Cook.
Zoe said: “Harriet has always been a very hard working student who has won many accolades for her dancing whilst being a pupil at our school.
“We are thrilled she has qualified for the finals in this prestigious event, it’s very a big achievement gained through hard work and dedication.”