Following the huge success of Season 1 in the UK - it was a ratings sensation for Sky1, smashing both peak viewing figures and its average share - Season 2 is even bigger and better.
It boasts more auditions, a longer live show, a larger live audience and increased prize money - now a massive £250,000!
This is the most inclusive talent search on TV - any age, any act, any size and any style of dance, all are welcome. So whether you ballroom, break, bhangra or ballet; tap dance, krump or swing, Got to Dance encourages acts of all sizes to prove they have what it takes to become the nation's favourite and win a life-changing sum of money.
The series kicks off with an exhilarating nationwide search where dance troupes, singles and partners bring their best routines to the specially constructed Dance Dome to try and impress the judges and make it to the live semi-finals.
The Dance Dome is a unique, instantly recognisable setting which symbolizes this entertainment smash.
The Got to Dance judges are respected dance professionals in their own right, with reputations that entitle them to comment on the contestants' skills, techniques, style and charisma.
Britain's favourite presenter Davina McCall leads the epic dance search, along with superstar judges: West End supremo Adam Garcia, international Pop Star Kimberly Wyatt and Britain's most famous street dancer, Ashley Banjo.
However, it is up to the viewers to vote for the finalists and ultimately choose a Champion.