BGT 2015 golden buzzer act Entity Allstars reckon they're quite different to the show's many other dance acts.
The 20 strong troupe from Essex wowed the judges at the weekend scoring the fourth golden buzzer of the series as Aelsha Dixon gave them her backing.
She told them: "It was amazing, it was so good, you absolutely smashed it, well done. I love you guys honestly, you absolutely smashed it."
It means that the Essex based teenagers have shot straight through to the live shows where they aim to overcome criticism that they're 'just another dance troupe'.
Lewis Platt, brother of X Factor finalist Lauren Platt who was encouraged to try out for BGT by Simon Cowell, said: “Our dance style is quite different to everyone else’s because we dance really fast and sharp.
“To win Britain’s Got Talent would mean the world. I’ve seen Diversity and all of the other acts that have won and how their lives changed. We want that to happen to us.”
Meanwhile, talented Ella Shaw has revealed how she overcome a battle with hair loss illness alopecia as a child.
The 18-year-old, who impressed the judges with original song Summertime, credited her fight with giving her the strength to pursue her overall dreams.
“It was a really horrible thing to happen to me but it made me see life in a different way. It drove me to want to make something of myself," she said. “I wouldn’t wish it on anyone but I’m glad in a way that it happened to me.
“It’s helped me with my confidence and I just hope I can inspire others to see that there is light at the end of the tunnel when things are hard.”
Britain's Got Talent 2015 continues next weekend on ITV.
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