After the success of Diversity in Britain’s Got Talent thousands of dance acts have flocked to the auditions to prove that they can prance pirouette and polka better than anyone. However with so much competition, the standards for troupes on the show this year is sky high.
One group who think they could teach us all a thing or two about dance are Nu Sxool, a group of students from Port Talbot, Wales. One of their dancers told the show “Wales has got loads of talent and I think that the winner of the show could come from Wales.”
All aged 9-14, the miniature masters of the dance floor burst onto the stage in retro school uniforms complete with bunches, blazers and knee high socks to give a high energy performance that wowed the judges. If only our school discos had been that cool!
Comedian David Walliams told the hopefuls: “The challenge for a dance act is to be original and different and come out here and blow the roof off with as much energy as possible and you did it.”
Simon agreed saying: “You’re like the St. Trinian’s of dance and I like that idea and I think that you could play on that a bit more.”
He added: “You’ve got a little bit more personality in terms of the image but I thought the choreography was smart and it was tight and fun. You were really good.”
Alesha, who was a judge on Strictly Come Dancing, told them: “The guys are right, you may be little but you mean business. I love the uniforms, the choreography. Good job, well done.”
With three yes votes it looks like Nu Sxool have done their homework, and will go through to the next round of the competition. They looked so excited we can’t imagine what it would be like if they win it!
What did you think? Were Nu Sxool as good as Diversity? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.
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