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Friday 28 November 2014

Stevenson: More dancing for Walsh

Akai and Theo Stevenson lead the cast of All Stars
Akai and Theo Stevenson lead the cast of All Stars

All Stars actor Theo Stevenson has revealed he's bowled over by Kimberley Walsh's talents.

The 15-year-old, who has worked with the Girls Aloud singer twice, said she should have shown off more moves in dance-driven film All Stars.

"It was great. Kimberley was very lovely and I get more impressed by her acting every time I see her. And she can dance as well. She should have done more dancing in the film," he said.

His street dancing co-star Akai, who won Sky1's Got To Dance in 2010, put himself up as a choreographer if Kimberley ever needs a hand with perfecting some dance moves.

The 14-year-old, who shows off some impressive footwork in the new film, said he'd be happy to show the singer and her girl group Girls Aloud a few dancefloor dazzlers.

Akai said: "That's something we could do!" while Theo added: "A job opportunity for us both."

:: All Stars opens in cinemas on May 3.

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