Dancing fire act Girls Roc have revealed they're going all out to impress Simon Cowell on tonight's Britain's Got talent semi-final, by "sexing things up"! Speaking to The Sun ahead of tonight's first live show, the group - made up of 7 girls aged 21-27 - said they were going to add the "danger factor" to the competition.
"We will do whatever it takes to catch [Simon]'s eye," group leader Nicola said. "There are no half measures. We're going to stand out to him by sexing things up and adding the glamour and the danger factor."
Despite being criticise for being "too sexy" for the family show, Nicola insisted: "We haven't toned down the act. We wouldn't be true to ourselves if we did.
"We don't want to be some middle-of-the-road, tame act. To wear tracksuit bottoms, trainers and a jumper isn't us.
"We wear those small clothes because we work with fire. If they were any bigger we'd set alight. Our costumes are even sexier than last time. We are embracing girl power."
Nicola added: "This is the biggest day of my life so far - it could change our lives forever."
Girls Roc formed at the beginning of 2010 when Nicola was approached by a club looking for night entertainment. Three-hundred girls were auditioned and six chosen - they now all work in five nights a week.
All the girls have backgrounds in dance having done so since they were young and now teach dance when not performing with the group. Through Girls Roc they have learnt how to dance on stilts, with fire and involve a snake in their performance.
Britain’s Got Talent airs tonight at 7:30PM on ITV1.