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BB star's dance date

PUBLISHED: 15:46 01 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:53 25 August 2010

THE youngest ever Big Brother contestant is to attend a dance night to encourage youngsters to follow his love of music and dance.

THE youngest ever Big Brother contestant is to attend a dance night to encourage youngsters to follow his love of music and dance.

Cairon Austin-Hill, 18, who attends the Miskin Theatre, in Oakfield Lane, Dartford, is expected to appear at the evening in VCD Hall, Old Road, Crayford, next Wednesday.

The teenager, who hopes to become a rap legend, was evicted from the house earlier this month, despite winning an army of fans for his American-inspired dress sense.

Earlier this month the Times published exclusive pictures of him performing at the centre after scores of supporters flooded internet site Facebook with messages of support.

Dwaine Leaver, 33, from Thamesmead, runs the sessions through his company, Dance Vibe Nights.

He said: "The evening is modern jive and is a relatively new dance genre. We are hoping to attract more youngsters to the sessions. They are well attended but not so much with the youngsters and we are hoping Cairon will inspire others to get involved.

"He was certainly a character in the house and we are pleased he is giving up his time to come down, meet those who attend, have a dance and hopefully perform some of his raps." The session starts at 7.45pm with beginners' lessons and then progresses to those for the more experienced.

The dance evening finishes at about 11pm with an open dance session for everyone. Mr Leaver added: "Modern jive is like salsa but to modern music and it's great fun."

Normal price entry of £8 will be charged on the night. For details, visit wwwvibedancenights.co.uk

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