Britain’s Got Talent 2010: Twist & Pulse are pals with Diversity & Flawless
Best friends Ashley and Glen impressed the BGT judges on last night’s show with their funny dance routine, which they nicknamed ‘Streetomedy’ – a mixture of street dancing and comedy. Piers Morgan thought it was ‘one of the most exciting, original routines we’ve seen.’ While Amanda Holden gushed ‘I think you just showed us a glimpse of the future.’ (VIDEO HERE)
The pair told the Daily Star that they used to perform on the same dance circuit as former dance entrants Diversity and Flawless and said:
We are good friends with Diversity and with Flawless, who got to the final too. We know them from the London dance scene and it helps to know people who have already done what you’re doing.
“We spoke to them after our audition and it’s good to know they are there to help if we get to the semi-finals.”
One of the prizes awarded to the eventual winners of the ITV talent show is a spot on the Royal Variety Show and Twist & Pulse are sure that the Queen will love their act.
Glen said: “There’s something in our act for every generation. The Queen should love it!”
He added: “What we do is completely different. I honestly don’t think people will have seen anything like us before and we really like to get the crowd involved.”
Ashley went on: “We stand a good chance. The audience seemed to really like us.
“Simon looked really grumpy when we walked on stage, as if he was having a bad day. But we even managed to win him over.”