Slick mover Steven Hall brought our his best weird and wacky dance moves at tonight’s semi-final to try and put himself in with a chance of making the Britain’s Got Talent final on Saturday.
The 53-year-old won the judges over in the latest series with his comical mash up dance moves.
For the semi-final he was with shirt and tie, bespectacled with a couple of scantily clad females dancers jiggling away to Shakira and Beyonce.
Then some Egyptian male dancers with him! Then some cheerleaders! Then some Bollywood! Then a bit of the Far East! It moved so fast it was almost impossible to take in... What would the judges say?
Amanda cooed: “Steven I thought you were better than your audition... I know it’s tongue in cheek but you are a really good dancer!”
Simon added: “I was just thinking back to the year Diversity was on the show, and how things have progressed over the years... But I did enjoy what you did.”
An unimpressed David said: “That was the weirdest act ever, and somehow I enjoyed it. I don’t know if it has a place in the finals.” Boo went the audience!
Michael reasoned: “I have to say that you’re just so entertaining. It’s been very tough for dance acts, finding someone to equal Diversity... and it could be you.”
- See Steven’s performance during the Britain’s Got Talent auditions http://entertainment.stv.tv/tv/244368-steven-hall-reveals-bgt-dance-secrets/
Dressed in a suit and tie during the audition, Steven unexpectedly launched into a fast-paced routine to songs such as Do You Love Me, The Twist, Macarena, Billie Jean, Thriller, The Birdy Song, YMCA, Slim Shady, Britney, MC Hammer, Flashdance, Queen, and finished with Lord of the Dance.
Britain's Got More Talent host Stephen Mulhern has said that he believes that Steven Hall could be the new Stavros Flatley.
He said: "He kept his act very secret. When you see him, quite simply you don't realise what he's going to do.
"You just think he's a slightly odd man, but then he turns out to be the Stavros Flatley of 2011."
In this fourth semi-final Steven Hall found himself up against the likes of Dance Angels, Mexican Mayhem, Jessica Hobson, Out Of The Blue, Edward Reid, Nathan Wyburn and fellow Scot Jai McDowall for one of the two spots up for grabs.
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