The Got To Dance auditions entered a fourth week as host Davina Mccall and judges Ashley Banjo, Kimberley Wyatt and Aston Merrygold continue their search to find a dance act capable of winning a £250,000 cash prize and the title of Got To Dance 2013.
The acts that made the short list this week include: Mundi Dance, One Step Ahead, Adam McMillian, Gaana Rajas, Little Dolly, Ground Hogs, Lil Tim, Freelance, Darren Pritchard and Eddie’s Angels.
This week’s auditions theme seems to us to be focused on extremes. We saw the youngest auditionee of the season so far in Little Dolly who is only 3 years old. We saw the oldest auditionees in Eddie’s Angels – 96 year old Eddie himself proving that you are not past it even in your twilight years.
We also saw a contortionist dancer in Round-up for a few seconds – thank god it was only a few seconds! We could not take much more of that. We also saw the highest jumps from Ground Hogs who had to give a repeat performance to the judges to achieve the required 3 gold stars to make the short list. If these boys could polish their dance moves to add to the bag of spins and tricks that they possess, they could go all the way in the competition this year.
The search continues on Sky HD next Sunday for an act to be crowned Got To Dance 2013 winner and walk away with the life changing cash prize.