video-of-diversity-on-britains-got-talentBritain´s Got Talent is a great show, where Paul Potts and George Sampson came out… and where Susan Boyle made a breaking performance for You Tube.

Britain’s Got Talent is a British television show on ITV and part of the Got Talent series. Presented by Ant & Dec, it is a search for Britain’s next best talent act featuring singers, dancers, comedians, variety acts, and other talents of all ages. Anyone who believed they have talent was encouraged to audition. The winner of both series received £100,000 and are given the opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance in front of members of the Royal Family, including the Queen.

On the first Semifinal, Diversity opened the show with a great performance.

Who are Diversity on Britain´s Got Talent?

Diversity is a street dance group formed by friends and families.

And they are a great great team of dancers. Although I prefered Flawless, Diversity is a great dance group, and they have the edge of the two kids for the cuteness factor.

MEMBERS AND AGES: x 10 in total:
Ashley Banjo 20, Jordan Banjo 16, Ian McNaughton 25, Jamie McNaughton 23, Matthew McNaughton 16, Mitchell Craske 12, Sam Craske 19, Warren Russell 18, Terry Smith 24, Perri Luc Kiely 13.

FROM: Essex

TALENT: Street Dancing

BACKGROUND: Diversity are 10 lads from the ages of 12 – 25. Most of the group are brothers and have grown up together. The group are one big happy family, so their chemistry on stage is real. They only formed Diversity in 2007 when the younger dancers combined with the older ones. In the 2007 they won the UK dance championships. Ashley who is the group’s choreographer tries to create a dance style that is eye catching and entertaining using films such as Transformers for inspiration.
All the group are from the East London / Essex area. There are 11 members with 3 sets of brothers and 3 other members.

Video of Diversity on Britain´s Got Talent Semifinal!

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