CLYDEBANK dancers Cara Paton and Holly McPherson are jumping for joy after making it to the live semi-finals of talent show Got to Dance. Old Kilpatrick girl Cara, 11, and Our Lady of Loretto pupil Holly, 10, both auditioned for the show as part of commercial jazz troupe Mini Moves.

And on Sunday, it was revealed that the girls had made it through to the next stage of the Sky1 dance programme hosted by Davina McCall.

Holly's mum Nicola is delighted at her daughter's success and is keen to see Mini Moves make it to the final of the competition.

She said: "This is fantastic - we are all really excited.

"We're hoping to bring the title of Got to Dance winners home. I'm so proud of all of the girls."

This Saturday Holly, Cara and their Mini Moves pals will perform in Clyde Shopping Centre and are keen for Bankies to rally behind them.

They will perform in the busy centre between 11am and noon - giving residents the chance to watch them perform live.

Last week Cara told the Clydebank Post what travelling down to London for the Got to Dance auditions was like.

"Going down to London was amazing," she said. When we were on the train we were all running about. When we arrived we were nervous at first, but then the nerves started to go away and we were more excited.

"As we were waiting, we just watched some of the other people and they were really good. We watched the person before us and thought 'this is who we are up against' - I'm not really competitive but it made us want to try even harder."

The fourth series will see JLS superstar Aston Merrygold join returning judges Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Banjo to help with their search for Britain and Ireland's best new dance act.

A public vote will decide the 10 finalists to fight for the coveted �250,000 prize at Kensington Olympia on Sunday, March 17.`