Britain’s Got Talent: Diversity’s in the final (video)
Dance group Diversity have made it through to the final of Britain’s Got Talent after winning the panel’s vote over 10-year-old Natalie Okri.
Piers Morgan voted for the 11-piece dance troupe from Essex—who started the show with a bang—while Amanda Holden decided to put Natalie through, leaving Simon Cowell with the casting vote.
“This is a great position to put me in,” Simon said before he voted for Diversity.
Natalie – who earlier had performed the song Superstar – looked visibly upset as she left the stage.
Consisting of three sets of brothers and four friends, Diversity was described as “fantastic” by Piers. Amanda agreed, saying: “It was intelligent, innovative and it tells a story. I can’t take my eyes off you.”
Simon, who thought he was back on American Idol, was also pleased: “It was absolutely fantastic. I would say that anyone watching this show, I think is very important to pick up the phone and vote for you.”
And oh, Susan Boyle also made it through to the final. But that was expected.
Check out Diversity’s performance below:
And here are the results of the first semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent 2009.
You can also watch the videos here.