Got To Dance ditches its domes for 2014 judge auditions

tellymix logo thumbnail

Got To Dance is swapping its iconic domes for the Roundhouse as it returns to London to film auditions for its 2014 series.

Previously hopefuls have tried out for the talent contest's judges in pop-up domes, which toured the country for the first three runs before settling at Clapham Common for the fourth.

However, this year bosses have instead decided to book the Roundhouse in Camden, which is best known for being home to the UK iTunes Festival.

The judge auditions will take place at the venue between the 6th and the 11th of May, with free audience tickets now available to book from Applause Store.

So far, Diversity frontman Ashley Banjo and former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt - who have been with the show since it started - are confirmed for this year's panel, while presenter Davina McCall is also returning.

But JLS star Aston Merrygold will not be back, with the identity of his replacement yet to be revealed.

Meanwhile, the open auditions tour is still ongoing, with producers set to visit London, Birmingham and Cardiff later this week.

Sky previously said that the new series will culminate in a week of 'supersized' finals, each taking place in front of a crowd of 6,000 people.

Got To Dance will return to our screens this summer, in a shift from its traditional winter scheduling.

More on: Got To Dance
Subscribe on YouTube