Just week’s after finishing on the Greatest Dancer a Rhos-on-Sea dance choreographer has found himself coaching another semi-finalist on a talent show.

Dane Bates led the Dane Bates Collective to a semi final berth on The Greatest Dancer and now finds himself on Ireland’s Got Talent choreographing for 10-year-old Fionn McMorrow.

Dane met Fionn four years ago whilst teaching a workshop in Ireland and has been teaching him ever since.

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Fionn in action on Ireland's Got Talent

Fionn also appeared on the Greatest Dancer and wowed the judges with his audition piece although failed to make it through to the live shows.

Determined Fionn, from Sligo in Ireland, went on to audition for Ireland’s Got Talent this time, using Dane’s choreography, the talented youngster danced his way through to the semi final on Saturday.

Fionn McMorrow's Ireland's Got Talent audition. Video: YouTube/Ireland's Got Talent

Dane said: “I feel truly blessed to do what I do. I have been teaching Fionn since he was six years old and watching him go from strength to strength has been wonderful.

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Fionn McMorrow

“I’m really excited for Fionn and his family. To get to the semi final of Ireland’s Got Talent is a huge achievement.

“He is an extremely talented and dedicated boy and deserves every bit of success. As with all of my students, it is an honour to be a part of his journey.

“I’m very proud and excited for what follows.”

Fionn has flown over to London and Liverpool to rehearse with Dane and the Rhos-on-Sea choreographer has travelled over to Ireland as well.

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Fionn McMorrow

Dane will be joining Ffion in Ireland on Saturday for the Semi Final.

He is also set to return to Rhos-on-Sea this Easter for an intensive masterclass with residents from the area.