There is nothing I enjoy more than attending blogger events, especially when all the family are involved and we get to experience something fun and entertaining. When that also involves meeting a former Britain's Got Talent winner, the event being held at the fantastic Football Museum in Manchester and a little cheese tasting, well how could myself and the children not go! The 2008 winner we were all excited to meet was none other than George Sampson, and who you may remember gave a great street dance performance to 'Singin in the Rain' in the 2008 final which he won. George, who has collaborated with MU Cheese was a pleasure to meet, a fun friendly guy and the children really warmed to him. Here he is demonstrating some of the moves they learnt on the day.
George came along to meet the youngsters and teach them some of his popular moves, my two had great fun and really enjoyed meeting him. Along with all the other children, Master Poppins really got into the groove!
Soon they were all putting the steps together and coming up with a cool little dance sequence, George was very obliging when we asked for a photograph!
We were very impressed with his moves!
We had a brilliant afternoon at the The National Football Museum which I highly recommend a visit to. Being free (though donations are welcome) is always a bonus!
It's jam packed with all sorts of football related interests and I had just as much fun as the children. As George is working alongside MU cheese, which is available in six great variety's from Tesco, of course there had to be a little cheese tasting too at the event. Myself and my family hadn't yet tried out MU cheese and so we were very eager to see what it tasted like. Afterwards we were sent home with some packs of MU cheese to try out and see what we thought. Of course certain little members of my family couldn't wait to get all the way back to try some, so sneaked in a little bite on the way home. When asked what it was like. The reply was a simple...
When back home it was time for us all tuck in, and I'll pop back soon to share what we all thought.