2entertain Announce the Release of Diversity’s First DVD
LONDON, Nov. 19, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — 2entertain has announced the release of ‘Diversity – Dance. Fitness. Fusion.’ The DVD is the first release from Diversity, the dance group who won Britain’s Got Talent 2009 and shows viewers how to dance like Diversity.
Put together by the talented Ashley Banjo, original member of the group and judge on Sky 1′s Got To Dance, Diversity – Dance. Fitness. Fusion. shows how everyone can learn the moves that astounded Simon Cowell. Taking influences from the many styles of street dance Ashley’s learned along the way he has used them to create the ultimate Diversity DVD.
This double disc DVD contains two different programmes. The first focuses on fitness with a dance inspired workout designed to get viewers fit the Diversity way. The dance DVD allows viewers to get an insight into different styles of street dance, learn how they put their routines together and get fit all at the same time. The workout is split into three sections; Break Down, Funky Fusion and Fast & Slow, with an easy and hard version to suit all levels. Each section is designed using unique Diversity moves in different ways to work the body as well as get the viewer fit.
The second programme gives the viewer a direct link into the world of Diversity. The boys present an exclusive routine from the tour which they break down and explain how it’s put together step by step.
Diversity: Dance. Fitness. Fusion will be available from the 29th November.
2entertain is the largest UK-owned publisher of DVD and digital content exploiting TV content globally through DVD, Blu-ray and through digital formats including downloads and apps. 2entertain includes Demon Music Group, the UK’s largest independent record company which produces CD, Music DVDs and digital downloads. In 2009/10 2 entertain returned profits of 38.2m pounds.
2entertain is a wholly owned subsidiary of BBC Worldwide, the main commercial arm of the BBC. The company exists to maximise the value of the BBC’s assets for the benefit of the licence fee payer and invests in public service programming in return for rights. 2entertain is part of BBC Worldwide’s Home Entertainment division, one of the company’s six core businesses.
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