Viewers of Britain’s Got Talent watched an action-packed show over the weekend as they were left awestruck, scared and left angry by the acts. Five-member dance group Five Star Boys took to the stage to show off their dancing ability and eliminate the stigma of male dancers, with several members of the group opening up about the struggles they faced as performers. The 10-12-year-old performed an emotional routine to the musical hit You Will Be Found from the musical Dear Evan Hansen.
Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and David Walliams have already given away their Golden Buzzers, which leaves only judge Alesha Dixon and presenters Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly with the power to send someone straight to the semi-finals.
Many viewers tuning in to the fifteenth season think the remaining trio should have pressed the buzzer for the five dancers.
Fan Nat Lover adored both boy band and unusual dancers, The Freaks, who also performed during the show and tweeted, “Five Star Freaks & Boys STOLEN from this golden buzzer #BGT.”
Viewer @SeanieQuigley27 said, “The Five Star Boys were brilliant, and I would definitely give them five stars for that. Well done!”
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@thatRobster replied, “Five Star Boys on #BGT They are so good.
“Plus I remember one of those kids from The Greatest Dancer brought in by @CherylOfficial and he was amazing on that too.” (sic)
@Bethstuart01 commented, “I’m proud to be a dancer after seeing them, can only imagine what they’re going through #BGT.”
“These young dancers on @BGT are absolutely gorgeous!!! #bgt should have been the golden buzzer!!!” @KailKayleigh said. (sic)
Ant and Dec let out a “love it” as they clapped along with the entire studio audience.
As mentioned, they weren’t the only dancers in the episode.
Ranger Chris took to the stage with a series of dinosaurs to have a boogie which also received the judges’ support.
The high-flying troupe The Freaks, which mixed dance and acrobatics, wowed the jury with the troupe made up of a mix of performers aged 10 to 36.