A tap dancer from Sidcup managed to click-clack her way to a bronze medal last month after impressing judges at the International Dance Organisation's World Tap Champions in Germany.

Elizabeth Lundy, 19, is a member of Tap Attack, the official UK Tap Team, who collectively took home five world titles at the prestigious event which was held in the German city of Riesa in December.

Speaking to News Shopper, Ms Lundy, told of her disbelief after finding out her group had made the top three for their category.

"You can't describe how it feels when you win like. When you get through to the finals, that's the time when it's like 'oh my god I've actually got here and I can't believe it'.

"I didn't know what to do I just jumped to the floor. I started screaming and dancing around. I was like 'oh my god we got to the podium!'

"There's no other feeling to describe it, it was just great," she said.

Aside from tapping with Team GB, Ms Lundy is currently a first year student at Performers College in Essex with her hopes set on becoming a professional dancer in the future.

"After I get my degree as a professional dancer, I would love to get into the West End but obviously I feel that a lot of people have that dream too.

"I'd love to work on cruises and all of that fun stuff too. Basically anywhere I can perform, I just love to be on the stage," she explained.

Speaking on Ms Lundy's, as well as the entire team's performance, during the world championships, Team GB’s Head Coach Jo Scanlan said, "This year the standard of the competition was at its highest we have ever seen during the 10 years we have represented the country at this event, every country just gets stronger each year.

"We knew this year was going to be a tough year, but our dancers fought their way through the rounds and achieved exceptional results.

"The team have been very successful over the past few years and returning to the World Championships as the reigning champions bring extra pressure and intense competition."

Overall, Team GB Tap Attack won five gold medals, three silver medals and four bronze medals at the recent competition.