After the show Aidan quickly made the transition to become an international performer more than capable of standing (and spinning! He has performed all over the UK and Europe including being the star guest on Diversity’s 2 nationwide tours.
Watching in the studio, the sense of innocent fun is infectious.
Face Off is a section in the show (introduced in the fifth series) where two of the presenting team go head-to-head in a 'face off' challenge.
The loser has to wear a red shirt and stand in the 'danger' zone.
During the year of 2012, Aidan made his first music video, "Let's Dance", which featured Jon Dos.
In May 2009, Davis auditioned for the third series of the ITV television talent show Britain's Got Talent. He received positive comments from all three judges, with Simon Cowell saying "I think you're better than any dancer on this show, you are super, super, super talented".
After being offered the role of Billy Elliot in London’s West End, Aidan decided to instead take a presenting role on a new CBBC show called “Friday Download” along side Dionne Bromfield and 4 other talented teenagers.