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Lord of the Dance star Michael Flatley footprints to be immortalised outside The SSE Arena in Wembley Park

PUBLISHED: 14:29 25 June 2015 | UPDATED: 14:29 25 June 2015

Riverdance star Michael Flatley's feet have been immortalised in bronze outside The SSE Arena at Wembley Park

 (Pic credit: Chris Winter/Wembley Park)

Riverdance star Michael Flatley's feet have been immortalised in bronze outside The SSE Arena at Wembley Park (Pic credit: Chris Winter/Wembley Park)

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The fastest dancing feet in the world will be immortalised in bronze outside The SSE Arena in Wembley Park.

Michael Flately has the fastest dancing feet in the word  (Pic credit: Chris Winter/Wembley Park)Michael Flately has the fastest dancing feet in the word (Pic credit: Chris Winter/Wembley Park)

The footprints of Lord of the Dance star Michael Flatley will forever have a place in the ‘Square of Fame’ alongside the handprints of other stars.

The American-born Irish dancer holds the Guinness World Record for a staggering 35 taps per second and set a record-breaking run of 21 consecutive shows at Wembley Arena in 1998.

This week he returned to Wembley to made a cast of his feet and will be back at the SSE Arena on July 4 for his last ever UK performance.

He said: “It is a privilege to have my feet, so integral to what I do and who I am, immortalised here at Wembley Park which has such a rich entertainment heritage.”

Riverdance star Michael Flatley's feet have been immortalised in bronze outside The SSE Arena at Wembley Park

 (Pic credit: Chris Winter/Wembley Park)Riverdance star Michael Flatley's feet have been immortalised in bronze outside The SSE Arena at Wembley Park (Pic credit: Chris Winter/Wembley Park)

“It is the only fitting venue for my final UK performance of Lord of the Dance.”

Other artists to be immortalised outside the SSE Arena include Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Bryan Adams, Lionel Richie and Dolly Parton.

For more information and to book tickets to see the performance visit ssearena.co.uk/.

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