STREET dance school Shake will share the stage with Britain's Got Talent finalists Flawless on their UK tour after a video of them performing won an online competition.

More than 700 other dance schools and crews entered the competition and only one crew per tour date was chosen.

Their success means Shake will dance at Flawless’ show at Pavilion Theatre in Bournemouth in November.

Shake director Rachel King said: "The competition, ran on Instagram, was very popular due to Flawless being so well known and influential in the dance industry. This is an amazing opportunity for our dancers to showcase their talent and we are honoured to be the crew selected to represent Bournemouth. We will be working really hard to make our hometown proud."

Isaac Farmer, 19, who has been dancing with Shake since he was seven-years-old said: "It is an incredible feeling to have been chosen out of so many dance schools and to be given the opportunity to perform on a tour with Flawless."

Flawless, stars of the smash hit movies Street Dance 3D and two-time winners of the World Street Dance Championships, came into the public eye on Britain's Got Talent a decade ago and their popularity has continued to rise ever since.

This has been a successful month for Shake with one of their crews recently returning from the Masters of Dance Hip Hop Championships in Mallorca having been placed third.

The team competed against 21 of the world's top street dance crews and scored just two points less than the winners. In August the crew will travel to Glasgow for the World Street Dance Championships.

Shake train every week in Ringwood and Bournemouth, with their youngest dancer being just four-years-old. Their dancers are no strangers to the stage with past performances including Diversity’s UK Arena tour, Rock Assembly at Wembley Arena and Netball London Live.