David Walliams Hits the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer for Born to Perform
The third Golden Buzzer was hit on the iconic series 15 of Britain’s Got Talent. David Walliams hit his Golden Buzzer for the dance group, Born to Perform. This group consists of multiple dancers between the ages of 14 and 24 living with disabilities.
Born to Perform took the stage noting that their BGT motivation branches from their desire to break barriers in mainstream media. From the moment they walked on stage, fans knew they had a positive vibe. Since the vibe was so apparent, it was no surprise that their energetic dance followed suit. On stage, they danced around to “You Can’t Stop The Beat” from Hairspray.
By the end of the performance, the crowd was roaring for them. The judges also loved every second of this dance performance. Each celebrity raved at how great their choreographed dance truly was. After each of the judges noted their love for the group, Walliams hit his Golden Buzzer.
Born to Perform is now the third act to receive the Golden Buzzer behind Loren Allred and Axel Blake. They are the first dance group to move directly on to the BGT series 15 semifinals. Alesha Dixon and Ant and Dec’s Golden Buzzers remain unused in the competition at this time.
Who is Born to Perform?
This dance group originated as an inclusive dance school and support service for children and adults with special educational needs and disabilities. Their program originates in Northhampton, England and includes day care, saturday morning sessions, workshops, and social nights. Their overall mission is to provide an inclusive dance and performing arts school that specializes in disability and special educational needs.
Born to Perform’s management team includes multiple people who have specialized in dance and have previous experience working with disabled people. Outside of BGT, this group performed in provision days three times a week. They had also appeared in the street parades during World Downs Syndrome Day.