Dancers will get shirty for worthy cause

Dancing for Comic Relief, 'Bay-b's' who are a number of women between the ages of 10 and 50 have donned high heels and sports shirts and are doing a dance to raise money for the charity.
Dancing for Comic Relief, 'Bay-b's' who are a number of women between the ages of 10 and 50 have donned high heels and sports shirts and are doing a dance to raise money for the charity.
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A GROUP of 20 women of all ages will be performing an unusual dance to raise money for Comic Relief next Friday – wearing high heels and football shirts.

Debbie Hunt, of Whitley Bay, has helped organise the event at Mayfield Community Centre in Cramlington.

She said: “Myself and a few friends have foolishly agreed to do a dance routine to X Factor winner Alexandra Burke’s single Broken Heels to raise money for Comic Relief.

“My 15-year-old daughter Amber has done the choreography and is busy teaching us – she is very patient – and my ten-year-old daughter Lily is also doing the dance.

“The plan is to wear men’s sporting tops with high heels – what could possibly go wrong?”

The fun begins at 6pm at the community centre in Brownrigg Drive, and donations will be collected on the night. Space is limited because of the size of the premises.