Dancers, lovers, and dreamers, the Sugar Dandies are famous for their flamboyant and entertaining twist on ballroom dancing.

They appeared on Britain's Got Talent - Series 6 where they received 'Yeses' from all four celebrity judges at their audition and went on to be live semi-finalists. They have also appeared on Germany's "Supertalent".

Perennial audience favourites, they are five-time British champions, 2015 European champions, three-time World runners-up, three-time Nordic champions, four-time Dutch runners-up and North American runners-up in same-sex show dance. They have been medallists at every major British, European, North American and World same-sex show dance championship including the Gay Games, the World Out Games, the EuroGames, the ESSDA European Championships, the NASSPDA US Championships, the Blackpool Same-Sex Dance Festival, the Dutch Championships and the Nordic Open Championships.

Additionally they have the distinction of being one of the first British male couples to compete on the mainstream (mixed-sex) competition circuit where they have been overwhelmingly welcomed on the floor by fellow competitors and spectators alike.

In 2009 the Sugar Dandies debuted their first full-length show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to critical acclaim (see Press page). In 2013 they created their hit dance event "The Sugar Dandies' Tea Party" which has toured the UK (see Shows page).

As the poster boys of same-sex dancing, they are the presenters of the Blackpool Same-Sex Dance Festival in the world famous Blackpool Winter Gardens and co-founders of the UK Fun Competition an annual beginners competition to encourage the next generation of UK same-sex competitors. They are founding members of the UK Same-Sex Dance Council on which Bradley still serves as a Committee member. They are also founding members of the European Same-Sex Dance Association of which Soren is currently a Board member.

Their philosophy of dance is that it should be fun and entertaining -- and never taken too seriously.

Soren and Bradley met in 1996 at a gay chorus festival (GALA) in Tampa Florida. In November 2006 they married in London. They have danced together for over fifteen years, becoming one of England's most celebrated dance couples.