Sophie Ellis-Bextor breaks the Guinness World Record for the biggest disco dance at Camp Bestival

Sophie Ellis-Bextor broke the Guinness World Record for the biggest disco dance at Camp Bestival.

The singer kicked off the Dorset festival with 598 festival goers swaying under a giant disco ball to Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family”.

Ellis-Bextor confirmed to the Sun: “From my very own Kitchen Disco to a sequined disco procession on the glorious grounds of Lulworth Castle, I’m delighted that Camp Bestival has helped achieve the official Guinness World Records title for the longest disco dance. Congratulations to the great kings and queens all.the queen of the disco.

The record was verified by Guinness World Records referee Jack Brockbank and Anouk de Timary after the official count, which noted that the previous record had been broken by more than 274 people.

Camp Bestival Curator, Rob da Bank, added: “Festival goers at Camp Bestival Dorset have been rocking a record! We’re delighted to break the Guinness World Record for the Biggest Camp Bestival Nightclub.

“It was great to see families and people of all ages come together and show off their best disco moves under the big comedy ball. Cancer Trust. Huge congratulations to all the dancers who took part.”

It comes after Ellis-Bextor raised more than a million pounds in a 24-hour charity dance marathon for Children In Need, moving non-stop all day and night.

Then, he did karaoke with different themes, did tape routines, sang with Tony Blackburn and wore different bright costumes and animal masks.

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