The search continued this week for the nation’s best dance act as Davina McCall and the Judges, Ashley Banjo, Adam Garcia and Kimberly Wyatt travel to Dublin, Glasgow and London looking for an act who could win the £250,000 prize fund.
In this episode we saw once more a wide variety of dance styles from contestants battling it out to make the judges short list. The judges once again hand strong disagreement about a number of acts but one act that united them was 7 year old Octavia. These are the acts that caught our eye in this episode:
7 year old Octavia took to the Sky TV Got To Dance stage and wowed the audience and judges with an exceptional contemporary dance routine.
Octavia is originally from Romania but now lives in the UK with her parents. Before taking to the stage she revealed her ambitions in life: “When I grow up I want to be a Doctor, an inventor and a ballerina. I have danced since 1 years old and when I dance I feel like an Angel” …Read more.
16 year old contemporary dancer Lauren Hair from Greenock, Scotland showed off a fine figure and dance moves to match at her Sky TV Got To Dance audition.
However her mum does not think dancing is the career path Lauren should pursuit. She said: “Lauren just wants to dance and I want her to study and it causes real friction. I would rather it was a hobby than a career” her mum explains on tonight’s Got To Dance …Read more.
Blue Magic is a street dance duo from Watford who impressed the judges with their creative dance style at the Got To Dance auditions.
These two relaxed, cool young and trendy dudes displayed a variety of impressive dance moves dancing to Michael Jackson’s Heartbreaker and Daft Punk’s Robot Rock …Read more.
Other acts that made the judges short list in this episode included:
A pair of roller skaters age 29 and 32, they were awarded 2 gold stars.
Contemporary dance troop age between 16 and 25, they were awarded 3 gold stars performing to Escala Feeling Good.
Cheerleading dance troop age between 12 and 20, they were awarded 2 gold stars.
This sister and brothers act showed that martial arts are not just for self defence, but can be use to entertain in dance. They were awarded 2 gold stars for their effort.