Who were born to play on Britain’s Got Talent? Dance group deliver joyful audition on ITV show

Pure joy is brought to the stage on Saturday night’s Britain’s Got Talent show, when Born to Perform aims to impress the judges.

After far too long away from our screens, BGT returned to our screens for a double-header of episodes over Easter weekend, with hosts Ant and Dec back at the helm and judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Amanda Holden return to the panel. The first two episodes of Britain’s Got Talent new series have given ITV viewers plenty to digest.

There was a serious thrill in the air thanks to The Phantom, The Scooter Boys sparked drama when a member crashed to the ground in the opening moments of their routine and two Golden Buzzers were hit. Amanda pressed hers for Loren Allred, singer of The Greatest Showman’s Never Enough, while on Sunday fans saw Simon send comedian Axel Blake straight to the semi-finals.

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The BGT audition action continues on Saturday night and one of the acts hoping to advance to the next round is Born to Perform. They look like they’ve just come off the set of The Corny Collins’ Show, the dance group has the judges smiling, and Ant and Dec are singing backstage with their You Can’t Stop The Beat number by Hairspray. And, while we can’t reveal the outcome of their audition just yet, they should be one of the big favorites this year.

Who were born to play on Britain’s Got Talent?

According to their Twitter bio, Born to Perform is an inclusive, accessible, and current dance school and support service for children and adults with BEPs and disabilities. While before their audition aired they had less than 10 subscribers, the number is set to skyrocket after millions of viewers see them in action.

BGT posted a clip of their audition online Friday afternoon and quickly garnered plenty of comments on Twitter and YouTube. One fan wrote, “Amazing can’t wait to see this talented band perform tomorrow night!!”

A second reacted: “Aww it’s great that they are doing something they love, I have a daughter with Down syndrome so hopefully this performance inspires her and others to do what ‘they like to do the best. Another wrote, “The ONLY limits in this world are the ones we put on ourselves. WELL DONE, ALL!!! Can’t wait to see the whole clip real soon!”

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