‘Britain’s Got Talent’ welcomed a dance group called ‘Born to Perform.’ A dancer from the group tells the judges, ‘Born to Perform is a group with people with disabilities, and we are here to show you what you can do!’ The audience cheers and the group begins moving to the beat.
Their song choice is from the musical ‘Hairspray’ called ‘You Can’t Stop the Beat.’ They are dressed in 50s style outfits with white shirts, bright-colored skirts, and a matching scarf around their neck. The men are in suspenders and bow ties.
A few lines into the song, the audience stands to their feet to clap along and support the performers. The judges are smiling ear-to-ear, and it is a feel-good moment on ‘BGT.’
There’s a solo dance break when individual performers come up and make their own moves. A few of the dancers get a chance to have the spotlight all to themselves.
The song ends with a flurry of moves, including somersaults, flips, and splits. ‘Born to Perform’ delivers a final ending pose. The judges stand to their feet, joining the audience in rousing applause.
The performers are all smiles while they hug each other, and many are crying. Judge David Walliams says, ‘How does that feel?’ and a dancer replies, ‘Amazing!’ Judge Simon Cowell says, ‘I didn’t like it…I loved it. I loved the fact that you were having such a great time. It’s actually one of my favorite auditions.’
Judge David Walliams says, ‘I loved it! In fact, I loved it so much, I’m going to do this!’ He stands up and strikes the ‘Golden Buzzer,’ and everyone freaks out. Confetti falls over the performers’ heads, and they cry and hug once again. The group immediately becomes semi-finalists on the show.