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Ashley Banjo's Secret Street Crew: The Rugby Girls from Worthing

In the second episode of 'Ashley Banjo's Secret Street Crew' we see five members of the Worthing Ladies Rugby Club signing up for the show, in order to prove the public that even a ladies rugby team could learn the right moves with the right training – and instructor! Ashley Banjo is well known for bringing the best out of any unlikely dancer, but has he set his expectation too high with these girls?

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The episode kicks off with the ladies showing their dancing skills to Ashley, who can hardly keep a straight face while watching them. “I can't judge them on their dancing at the moment, because if I was they'll be worlds away from being a dance crew” he declares after the first assessment. But the team's determination and a fun day that sees them in action as rugby players, convince the Got To Dance judge that a bit of hard work can bring out the girls' hidden sassy side.

The concept behind the whole choreography was based on the idea of showing family and friends that the ladies could be tough and feminine at the same time. To accomplish that, Ashley produces a fantastic routine full of quick combos and synchronised moves, but unfortunately some of the steps seem too hard to perform as days go by. During the training sessions lack of confidence and psychological struggles are two biggest barriers for the team to overcome, but with the Diversity's lads making sure the team stays on track, not only the ladies learn the demanding routine, but they also begin to believe in themselves.

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Worried about their insecurities, Ashley brings the girls to a theatre in Greenwich for a coaching session, in order to improve their performance and their chance to bring out their inner femininity in front of the public. The ladies manage to finally break the ice, leaving Ashley gobsmacked and impressed with their sudden turn for the best.

On the big day, unaware of the ladies' secret training, family and friends are called to watch the team play a rugby tournament. After a very nervous game and a quick touch of make-up, the girls make their way to the stage to perform in front of the 200 people in the audience, as well as Ashley, Jordan and Perri. To say it in Ashley's words the girls have really “smashed it”, their tough workout and determination pays off as the crowd cannot stop cheering for them. The rugby ladies manage to perform the routine smoothly, thanks to their newly-gained confidence, as well as their fun and bubbly personality.

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Don't miss the third episode of Ashley Banjo's Secret Street Crew, Series 2, next Sunday 31, March 2013 at 7 PM on Sky 1 and Sky 1 HD, which will feature the Youth Orchestra Geeks posse from Warwickshire.

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