George Sampson recently shared a look at his tattoo sleeves, and fans couldn’t believe how much time had gone by since the star won Britain’s Got Talent.
George skyrocketed to fame after winning the hit show with his dance in 2007.
He performed an iconic routine to Singin’ In The Rain and managed to bag top spot, beating Signature and Andrew Johnston.
But where is the talented star now, and is he still dancing? Let’s take a look…
Where is George Sampson now?
George is now 28 years old – where did the time go?
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And he hasn’t let go of his dancing dream with the star still taking to stages to wow with his skills.
In fact, just a few days ago George shared that he’ll be heading over to LA to star in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
He penned: “NEWS. I’ll be heading to Los Angeles in January to continue as Dean in @jamiemusical before returning to finish the UK tour.
“LETS GOOOOOOOOO LA.”
He has also starred in a handful of well-known TV shows, including playing Kyle Stack in Waterloo Road from 2011 to 2012, and then again in 2013.
George popped up in the Dales too in 2016, and you might have recognised him in The Dumping Ground and Celebrity Coach Trip.
George’s performing also extends to the stage where he’s popped up in the Peter Pan pantomime and Reecey in Our House.
The handsome dance star is loved up too, and often shares a peek inside his relationship on Instagram.
The star is dating Kazmin Borrer, who plays Vicki in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
Back in 2017, George opened up on his hair loss and said a mixture of genetics, alopecia, and spinning on his head while dancing has left him thinning on top.
As a result George had a hair transplant and posted a lengthy statement at the time, saying: “Well.. happy I can finally announce my exciting news. This has been a long time coming and I cannot wait to begin with @juvidaclinics.
“SO, on the 26th April 2017, I will be travelling to the Juvida Clinic, Skipton, to have a HAIR TRANSPLANT …”
“This is something I’ve considered having done for years, I have always been convincing myself I’m not worried or it’s not a big deal but really it is. I am only 23.”
“It’s not only for my own confidence but also being in my line of work which is very image orientated and unfortunately I felt my hair (lack of) could affect my work. My hair loss comes from three things’ alopecia (caused by a lot of stress and loss of a family member), genetics and head spinning, as the hair loss is not only a receding hair line but a string down the centre of my head.”
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