Best known for being a member of the world-famous dance troupe Diversity, Perri Kiely has made himself a career as a dancer, and a hugely successful one at that.
Perri rose to fame a decade ago, when he was just 14 years old, after appearing on the third series of Britain’s Got Talent with his dance group Diversity back in 2009 - which they then went on to win.
As one of the youngest members of Britain’s most famous dance group, Perri has always been known as the backflipping little one - but now, he is all grown up and is backflipping all around the world as he tours in a number of exciting locations. Having recently embarked upon their tenth-anniversary tour, ‘Born Ready’, Diversity are a hot topic on everybody’s lips and have gone from strength to strength since their victory on Britain’s Got Talent.
When he isn’t busy touring or dancing at the Royal Variety Show in front of the Queen, Perri is also a well-known radio host and TV personality. Alongside fellow Diversity member Jordan Banjo, Perri hosts his own radio show on popular radio station KISS FM.
A regular on our TV screens, Perri appeared on the 2014 series of Splash! which he went on to win. Perri also won the 2018 series of The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer and starred in the second series of Celebs Go Dating.
As an avid user of Instagram, Perri regularly takes to the social media platform to document his days on the road with his Diversity family. Clearly into his fitness, Perri often posts photos and videos of his time in the gym, demonstrating rather impressive techniques. When he isn’t busy travelling on tour or spending time at the gym, Perri can be found spending quality time with his friends and family.
Perri is busy working hard and preparing for his current stint on ITV’s newest series of Dancing On Ice. Having won a number of competition shows, will Perri be in luck once more?
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