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SCANDAL actress and famous dancer Lorcia Cooper has been roped in by McDonald's to do the choreography and train dancers who will perform at selected Fifa World Cup games.
The actress will train about 40 young women dancers who successfully auditioned for the McDonald's South Africa Fan Dancer in Johannesburg last month.
The Fan Dancer initiative forms part of McDonald's role as a World Cup sponsor and the official restaurant of the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
"This programme will give talented young South African women a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform at selected World Cup games," the company said yesterday.
The dancers, aged between 18 and 25, have a strong modern and contemporary dance background.
The dancers also have excellent improvisational skills, a sense of teamwork and a willingness to contribute to the creative process.
Cooper, who runs a dance studio in Johannesburg, led the selection process and will also train the dancers and do the choreography for their routines from April 11 to June 6.