They rose to fame after beating Susan Boyle in the final of 'Britain's Got Talent' back in 2009, but Diversity are still in the public eye.
In the run up to their performance in Dublin next month, some members, including leader Ashley Banjo, teach our Caitlin McBride some of their moves.
The group, which formed in 2006, are training at least six hours a day for this show, which will be their third to perform in Ireland. Mr Banjo said he is looking forward to bringing the show back to Dublin next month.
"It feels great [to be back]. The Ireland crowd is always amazing and it's our first show on our new tour," he said.