Got To Dance 2014 results: Bitter Harvest, Boyband, Dance Illusion make final

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Bitter Harvest, Boyband and Dance Illusion have become the first three acts to be voted in to the final of Sky1's Got To Dance 2014.

The talent contest's week of live shows kicked off with the first of three semi-finals, each of which will be dedicated to a different judge's team.

Tonight Ashley Banjo's six acts took to the stage at London's Earls Court, performing in front of an audience of 6,000 people.

Bitter Harvest, Boyband and Dance Illusion received the most support in the public vote, earning them places in the final - while Rela Nation, Sharifa and Turbo and Godson were sent packing from the competition.

Boyband opened the show, and were one of the most praised acts of the night - despite being a member down after Corey Culverwell was forced to stand down due to injury.

Kimberly Wyatt said they were "bringing something new and refreshing to street dance", while Adam Garcia described them as "electrifying".

Dance Illusion wowed the panel after working a levitation trick in to their routine. Kimberly reacted: "That was a Vegas worthy production of epic proportions. Those lifts in the beginning were mind boggling, they give me chills."

Classical ballet duo Bitter Harvest - who came out of retirement for the show - also impressed. Kimberly said they were a "real life fairytale", while Adam commented: "Sometimes experience really does show. Not only was that a lesson in technique but it was a lesson in performance."

Elsewhere, Kimberly clashed with Ashley when she gave Turbo and Godson - who reached the finals of previous series individually - a red star for not letting their personalities shine through "the concept".

"This is international top level dance talent. For me there was nothing you guys were missing," insisted the Diversity frontman.

"I think they're legendary dancers but I don't think that they gave a legendary performance," responded Kimberly.

Rela Nation also received a red from Adam, who claimed they didn't "hit him" as hard as other acts had.

Got To Dance 2014 continues tomorrow night at 7.30pm on Sky1, when Kimberly Wyatt's team will be showcased.

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