The Greatest Dancer concluded its auditions on BBC One tonight – here are all the contestants from week four and their performances.
But which acts made it through to the callbacks this Saturday night?
The Greatest Dancer auditions drew to a close tonight, as we saw the final auditionees compete to win £50,000 and a chance to perform on Strictly Come Dancing.
Alesha Dixon and Jordan Banjo returned to host while Dance Captains Cheryl, Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse got ready to see more dancers give the performance of their lives.
In this show the audience hold the power: if 75 percent of them vote YES, the mirror will open, and the act will make it through to the next stage of the competition, the call-backs.
Saturday night again saw dramatic auditions, outstanding talent and jaw-dropping surprises. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, who is the Greatest Dancer of them all?
The Greatest Dancer recap!
Autism With Attitude
Led by teacher Jonathan, Autism With Attitude (AWA) are made up of both current and former school students who are on the autistic spectrum. Their powerful street audition to a mixture of songs including All Star by Smash Mouth got the mirror opening.
James & Oliver
James, 16, and Oliver 11 are fro Hatfield and met at dance school. They performed a contemporary dance routine to Lukas Graham hit 7 Years that won themselves a place in the callbacks – and left Matthew in tears.
Father and son duo Dadson Thing performed a street routine to a medley of songs including Can’t Touch This but it failed to win over many in the crowd. Alesha branded it “awkward” while judge Cheryl was left mighty unimpressed.
Dans Chinese Dance
Dance group Dans Chinese Dance brought some Traditional Chinese Dance to The Greatest Dancer, performing to My New Swag by VAVA, Ty & Nina Wang. The routine wasn’t enough to impress the crowd, scoring well below the 75% of the audience vote needed t make callbacks.
Street dancer Kieran Lai not only wanted to impress the audience and judges with his audition but also his dad. His performance to Shape Of You by Ed Sheeran certainly did all that, with Matthew left on feet. “You just below me away,” he declared.
Latin Formation group Fever performed their routine to a mix of songs including Let’s Get Loud by Jennifer Lopez and Despacito by Luis Fonsi. The group got Strictly’s Oti very excited as they opened the mirror to make it through to callbacks.
20-year-old Rhiannon Moore brought a freestyle disco routine to Something Just Like This by The Chainsmokers & Coldplay. The solo performer proved a hit with the audience, winning a place at callbacks.
Prospects Fraternity are a dance group aged 10-17 and all met through dance. Their hip-hop street routine to songs including Can’t Hold Us by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis saw them open the mirror and make callbacks.
The Greatest Dancer continues Saturday nights on BBC One.