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Fever Media changes up reality dance genre for BBC Three

Celebrities and wheelchair users will be joining forces on an upcoming BBC Three-commissioned dancing competition show, made by Fever Media. Dancing on Wheels (w/t) will pair celebrities like singer Heather Small, gold medallist Mark Foster and actress Michelle Gayle with a wheelchair-bound partner in the popular wheelchair dance sport. Judges will select the winning couple, who will go on to represent Britain in the European Championships in October 2009.
May 28, 2009

Celebrities and wheelchair users will be joining forces on an upcoming BBC Three-commissioned dancing competition show, made by Fever Media. Dancing on Wheels (w/t) will pair celebrities like singer Heather Small, gold medallist Mark Foster and actress Michelle Gayle with a wheelchair-bound partner in the popular wheelchair dance sport. Judges will select the winning couple, who will go on to represent Britain in the European Championships in October 2009.

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