Britain’s Got Talent 2012: Simon Cowell thinks Nu Sxool are the ‘St. Trinian’s of dance’

Nu Sxool are one of the dances acts, set to shine on tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent show.

The troupe consists of students from Port Talbot, Wales, all 9-14 years old and all from TDM Stage School in the town.

After watching their energetic tryout for the ITV show, David Walliams – who keeps insisting that he doesn’t like dance acts and then praises all the dance acts: told the youngsters:

“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 Cowell was a big fan also and raved:

“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, so 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 Dixon, the one dancer in the group also loved the performance and told the dancers:

“The guys are right, you may be little but you mean business. I love the uniforms, the choreography. Good job, well done.”

Tune into Britain’s Got Talent tonight, 8.30pm, to see Nu Sxool’s full performance and find out if it was enough to earn them a place in the live finals!

Also making an appearance on the final audition episode, will be amazing 11 year singer named Molly Rainford who will wow the judges with her vocal performance, while the panel will also end up in tears after a moving song by nine year old Malakai Paul.

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