So it's happened. Simon Cowell stroked his chin, thought 'why do dancing dogs always wind up in the final of BGT' and given dancing dogs their own special. Surely a career highlight for all involved, particularly Bill Bailey... That Dog Can Dance! will see the UK's most talented dancing dogs perform some unique routines in front of a judging panel of 3 dog-loving celebrities - Sharon Osbourne, Bill Bailey and Ashleigh Butler. Pudsey will obviously put in an appearance. Hosted by the contractually obligated Christine Bleakley, the judges will pick their top three acts, but it will ultimately be the studio audience (because this isn't live) who decide which dog gets his paws on the trophy.
That Dog Can Dance. UTV: 8.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 16:29 | Wednesday 26th December 2012 | TV Highlights
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