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A tour? A TV show? The world is Prodijig's oyster

DANCE sensations Prodijig have the world at their feet.

The Got To Dance champions are being lined up for a series of lucrative offers, the Herald can reveal.

After winning the Sky TV contest on Sunday night, they are the target of several production companies.

An insider revealed to the Herald that producers close to the Sky 1 series' host Davina McCall were already planning to take Prodijig on board and help propel their career. The plans could include their own TV show.

But, the seven-piece dance troupe won't be rushing into anything.

"A tour is the plan now, we'd love to make the show, but it'll be something in the making for a while ... we think about every aspect of what we do, so to come up with a show we'd probably step away for a while and come back with a bang," said Prodijig choreographer and leader Alan Kenefick, who promised fans that the troupe will make a return to the scene in 2013.


The dancers, who were trending on social networking site Twitter worldwide over the weekend, can now look forward to unlimited opportunities on a global stage.

As winners, the Riverdance spin-off group could follow the likes of Got To Dance judge and Diversity lead dancer Ashley Banjo, who stormed to success in 2009 on Britain's Got Talent and now enjoys his own television series.

Having already performed for President Michael D. Higgins at the IFTA award ceremony last month, the rising stars are hoping to travel with their very own tour next year.

"Right now we just want to enjoy the moment, but we can't wait for what's in store," Alan told the Herald.

It has also been tipped that the talented performers could take on London's West End and will no doubt attract thousands thanks to their show-stopping moves.