Strictly Dance Fever winner Dancer Joseph Hall wows with ‘effortless’ Britain’s Got Talent audition! (VIDEO)
Joseph Hall, a 35 year old Managing Director of a dance studio in Nottingham, makes his TV debut tonight and we think it’s fair to say that it was a very successful debut.
The handsome dancer – who won BBC’s Strictly Dance Fever in 2005 – auditioned for the Britain’s Got Talent judges earlier this year and for his tryout he performed an amazing routine to Gramophonedzie “Why Don’t You” for Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell.
They watched in amazement as he moved from once dance style to the next and mixed classics and suave steps with some very current techniques.
After his performance, former Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon raved:
“You just move brilliantly, it’s effortless. That was a great audition.”
Amanda Holden said:
“The fusion of old fashioned entertainment and new is absolutely brilliant.”
Even the hard to impress Simon Cowell was a fan and gushed:
“That’s how you do an audition.”
Also featured on tonight’s show will be Poppin’ Ron – 21 year old dance teacher from Southampton, Poppin Ron.
Tune in to watch Joseph perform at 7.30PM, ITV1 tonight. In the meantime watch the video and leave your comments below…