Cindy met Kim Gavin, one of the UK’s leading creative director & choreographer, a few weeks after hanging up her ballet shoes. Little did she know that the man behind some of the biggest live events of recent years would make her go back on pointe in front of thousands of people.
She soon performed again across the UK with Welsh soprano Katherine Jenkins for the celebration of the singer’s new album ‘Believe’ & went on to be the leading ballerina in Take That's stadium reunion tour ‘Progress’ with king of entertainment Robbie Williams. Cindy made her solo appearance every night by being elevated from under the stage onto a giant runway leading up towards the 5 singers.
She performed in 33 live shows across the UK and Europe in front of 1.75 million people, making her a part of the biggest selling tour in UK history.
Watch Cindy’s exclusive Take That Progress Live Tour.during