Street crews The A Team and Methods of Movement are the latest two acts to make the grand final of Sky1 talent show Got To Dance 2012.
The public chose them over Hippy-Jo, The Future, Rikoshay and Lloyd & Rebecca in what the judges described as the 'toughest' semi-final yet.
The A-Team's opening performance wowed the judges, with Kimberly Wyatt gushing: "What an unbelievable start to a live semi final! I think that's as close to perfection as you can possibly get."
Adam Garcia said: "The words jaw-dropping don't quite encapsulate what I just saw. I dared not even blink in case I missed anything. You guys do slow lyrical with just as much power and cool and swagger as you do your ridiculous tricks."
Ashley Banjo added: "Good performances have difficulty, technicality, precision, but great ones have is the ability to take those components, turn them in to a sort of fist, and just go 'bam', and I actually feel it here."
Methods of Movement were the last act to take to the stage. Ashley reacted: "This competition is crazy! You blend the popping and the breaking, the difficult tricks and a routine with comedy and a theme, and you're b-boys. You don't see that very often and we have not got anybody like you in this competition."
An impressed Adam awarded a gold star, but he did have one tip: "There are moments that you've got such high level of difficulty that I can see you thinking. You've just gotta look like you're enjoying it the whole time."
Elsewhere, the judges were divided on both Hippy Jo and The Future, but Lloyd & Rebecca managed to change Ashley's opinion of their audition.
The Diversity frontman told them: "For me, it's not how high you jump, it's not the lifts, it's the way you engage an audience. I have to be honest, tonight, you came out and you performed."
The fifth semi-final airs next Sunday at 6.00pm on Sky1 (HD), when six more acts will compete for the last two places in the final at London's Olympia on March 3rd.