Britain’s Got Talent: Can Diversity Beat Flawless?
On Britain’s Got Talent so far this year the Judges have been really impressed with the quality of the dance acts, with Flawless in week 1 setting a really high level of standard. And next in to see the Judges are 11 guys aged 12 – 25 who think they have what it takes to take on Flawless in the dance challenge, Diversity.
Diversity are from London and Essex and the group is made up of 3 sets of brothers and 4 friends. Some of the guys are still at school or studying at university but some of the older members have normal 9 – 5 jobs, including an IT systems engineer, A bathroom installer and tele sales, but every spare moment they have together is spent dancing.
Group leader Ashley, a Physics student, explains how he took on the role as leader and choreographer, “from the age of 14 I started to teach myself routines and since then I’ve taken on the role of choreographer”.
Diversity’s performance is electrifying and the whole theatre is on its feet and all three judges look really impressed with Amanda saying, “This show is just brilliant because just when I think I have seen it all and nothing could get any better then you came on.” Piers describes the choreography as “genius” and states that they are “right up there with the best of the dancers we have seen”.
With Diversity blowing the Judges away it looks like a street dance battle is on the cards between them and Flawless, but both acts will have to wait until the Judges deliberation to see if they are both good enough to get through to the live shows.