Music stars such as Britney Spears and Michael Jackson put their best feet forward over the Tay Road Bridge.
They were being portrayed by youngsters from the Launch Pad Dance Studio of Dundee who chose a costume and danced in the style of the person they were dressed up as on the walkway from Fife over the bridge and straight into the heart of the city.
A spokeswoman for the club said: “The dancers were raising funds to attend competitions this season and every little helps.
“The dancers were the under-10 team, Voodoodolz, the under-14s, The Tribe, and the under-18s, Overkill.”
The studio is a professional hiphop and street dance academy offering classes in all kinds of dance.
Founded by Laura Morrison, a choreographer and dance director for London-based dance crews before moving back to her home town, the studio has represented Tayside and Fife in national and international competitions. It caters for people from the age of five to adult.