Shaun the Sheep Invites you to Hit the Dance Floor

Shaun the sheep invites you to hit the dancefloor and ‘Do the shaun shuffle’ in new animation

Brand new dance along animation released in celebration of 10 years of award-winning series ‘shaun the sheep’

As the nation prepares to get dancing again on Saturday nights, Shaun, Bitzer and the rest of the flock are putting on their dancing shoes in celebration of 10 years of outrageous behaviour, sheepish shenanigans and awesome adventures this September.

A teaser of the brand new animation ‘Shake it with Shaun’, was aired on CBBC on Saturday 16th September, and calls on Shaun’s fan flock around the globe to join in the celebrations and get dancing! In this fun, energetic dance video audiences will see Shaun move his hooves on the dance floor in his own specially choreographed routine created in celebration of the anniversary.

To join the party and ‘Shake it with Shaun’ be sure to catch the full version on BBC iPlayer and the official Shaun the Sheep YouTube channel. Also on the YouTube channel will be an exclusive dance tutorial walking through the whole routine, making it easy for kids to get involved at home and ‘Do the Shaun Shuffle’.

With the series seen in 170 territories and a recent hit movie, ‘Shaun the Sheep’ remains a firm favourite with families all over the world, and Shaun the Sheep Movie 2 promises to bring further fun, mischief and hilarity to its audiences in 2019.

Did Ewe know?

Shaun first appeared in Aardman’s award winning short film Wallace and Gromit; A Close Shave in 1995. During the film Shaun gets an accidental shearing from an automatic knit-o-matic machine and Wallace appropriately decides to name him Shaun, a play on the word Shorn. Although Shaun only appeared on screen for a total of 7 minutes his lovable character won over the nation’s heart and in 2007 a brand new TV series was launched; Shaun the Sheep. Since then Shaun has starred in over 150 episodes, his own feature length film and was recently voted the nation’s best loved BBC children’s TV character of all time in a poll by the Radio Times. With over 6 million fans on Facebook and over 28 million view on YouTube Shaun’s audience continue to grow all around the world.

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