Diversity Dances Troupe dances away to gloryMay 31st, 2009 - 10:08 pm ICT by GD
In the finals of the, “Britain’s Got Talent 2009“, the dance troupe Diversity went on to beat the favorite, Susan Boyle who place second at the end of the day.
When the name of the winners of the third edition of the British talent show was announced, the Diversity dance troupe was so shocked with their own success that they all went mute for quite sometime. The street dancers from Dagenham went speechless so much so that that they could not find any words to frame an answer in reply to Ant and Dec’s queries.
The Diversity dance troupe comprising 10 members coming from from Essex and London, who’s youngest performer is 13 years of age and the oldest 25 will be taking home Â£100,000 as winners of the competition. More than that, the dancers will also be performing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.
The Diversity who in the past were also the winners of the National Street Dancing Championships, was labeled as ’sheer and utter perfection’, by one of the judges, Simon Cowell earlier during the competition.
Susan Boyle who was everyone’s favorite “Dreamed her Dream” for the last time on the stage of the,”Britain’s Got Talent” was awarded the second place. It seemed that her dream just remained a dream till the end. Third place went to the saxophonist Julian Smith, who also seemed surprised on being placed third.
Well, the final night of the British Talent show was a showcase of surprises. And of all the surprises, the Diversity Dance troupe got the best of the lot.
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