AJ Pritchard wears dress as his brother Curtis puts on for final Dress ...

AJ Pritchard wore a Rubik's Cube inspired dress as his brother Curtis put on a suit for the final performance of their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine.

Former Strictly star AJ, 25, posed with a matching Rubik's Cube bag and headband after raiding his costume wardrobe in honour of raising money for the NHS amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The brothers teamed up to teach the nation a short dance in dedication to the healthcare workers that are risking their lives fighting the virus on the frontline.

Costume ready: AJ Pritchard wore a Rubik's Cube inspired dress as his brother Curtis put on a Batman suit for the final performance of their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine

Costume ready: AJ Pritchard wore a Rubik's Cube inspired dress as his brother Curtis put on a suit for the final performance of their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine

AJ smiled in a photo alongside his dancer girlfriend Abbie Quinnen, 23, and his mum Debi, who he's in isolation with at his family home in Cheshire. 

In short tutorials shared to their social media pages the brothers taught moves to the routine in small parts – with them dressing in a variety of outfits throughout the rehearsals.  

They kickstarted the challenge dressed in their pyjamas before wearing gym clothes and suits while inspiring the nation to do the same and dress up as part of their new initiative. 

But Sunday saw former Love Islander Curtis, 24, and AJ perform their choreographed routine to music while giving fans a glimpse of the house where they grew up. 

Team spirit: AJ smiled in a photo alongside his dancer girlfriend Abbie Quinnen and his mum Debi who he's in isolation with at his family home in Cheshire

Team spirit: AJ smiled in a photo alongside his dancer girlfriend Abbie Quinnen and his mum Debi who he's in isolation with at his family home in Cheshire

Suited and booted: AJ and Curtis traded in their mismatch pyjamas for suits to teach the third and final set of moves to their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine

Suited and booted: AJ and Curtis traded in their mismatch pyjamas for suits to teach the third and final set of moves to their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine

AJ started their final video rehearsal by saying: 'This is part three and I feel like I need to get dressed up because, well I've been in my pyjamas for two weeks so I put a suit on.' 

Curtis, who begun the clip on his knees, joked that he came dressed as his short brother and said: 'Everything's so tall,' before AJ replied: 'That's not very nice.'  

In the final set of moves, AJ demonstrated his flair for dance by performing a salsa wave, in scenes reminiscent to his time on Strictly. 

The boys were keen to raise money for the NHS as they suffer from the pandemic but also as a personal thank you for when they needed the service after being attacked in 2018. 

Brotherly love: Curtis, who begun the clip on his knees, joked that he dressed as his shorter brother, saying in the clip: 'Everything's so tall,' before AJ replied: 'That's not very nice'

Brotherly love: Curtis, who begun the clip on his knees, joked that he dressed as his shorter brother, saying in the clip: 'Everything's so tall,' before AJ replied: 'That's not very nice' 

First rehearsal: AJ and Curtis wore mismatch pyjamas to teach the first set of moves to their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine last week

First rehearsal: AJ and Curtis wore mismatch pyjamas to teach the first set of moves to their Dress Up, Dance, Donate routine last week

In the very first tutorial, Curtis said: 'Welcome to the first tutorial of our Dress Up, Dance and Donate, as you can see we're in pyjamas, it's cold in here, it's freezing

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