Douglas Fordyce (born 3 February 1990), known usually as Doug Fordyce, is a British acrobatic gymnast who won the title of world men's pairs champion with Edward Upcott in July 2010 in Poland. Until 2012, Fordyce was a member of Spelbound, the gymnastic group who rose to fame in 2010, winning the fourth series of Britain's Got Talent. The prize was £100,000 and the opportunity to appear at the 2010 Royal Variety Performance. Having retired from Spelbound, Fordyce and Upcott are pursuing a stage act route together called Brothers of Eden.

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  • Douglas Fordyce (born 3 February 1990), known usually as Doug Fordyce, is a British acrobatic gymnast who won the title of world men's pairs champion with Edward Upcott in July 2010 in Poland. Until 2012, Fordyce was a member of Spelbound, the gymnastic group who rose to fame in 2010, winning the fourth series of Britain's Got Talent. The prize was £100,000 and the opportunity to appear at the 2010 Royal Variety Performance. Having retired from Spelbound, Fordyce and Upcott are pursuing a stage act route together called Brothers of Eden. In 2014, Fordyce took part in the BBC Series Tumble as an acrobatic professional and was paired with Amelle Barrabah. (en)
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  • Douglas Fordyce (born 3 February 1990), known usually as Doug Fordyce, is a British acrobatic gymnast who won the title of world men's pairs champion with Edward Upcott in July 2010 in Poland. Until 2012, Fordyce was a member of Spelbound, the gymnastic group who rose to fame in 2010, winning the fourth series of Britain's Got Talent. The prize was £100,000 and the opportunity to appear at the 2010 Royal Variety Performance. Having retired from Spelbound, Fordyce and Upcott are pursuing a stage act route together called Brothers of Eden. (en)
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