Ruby Red 'gets through' on BGT!
Everyone at Sirius would like to wish Lorraine Courtney and all of her ‘troupe’ good luck for the selection to the Britains Got Talent live finals.
Lorraine, who was a Sirius NEA client has worked really, and has received National press coverage, and even appeared on TVs Good Morning programme.
The 12-piece dance group from Withernsea in Hull – auditioned with support from their children with an act that touched the female judges.
The women, who are aged between 25-65, performed to a medley of songs as they pretended not to know how to dance in time before stripping off for a surprisingly energetic routine. Simon Cowell, who had pressed his buzzer before the tempo change, was left smiling at the routine which saw the women strip down to their underwear and nipple tassels. Once they had finished, Simon admitted: ‘I may have pressed my buzzer a little early. Ruby you’re little minx aren’t you. ‘This show is finding something suitable for our royal family and I think they would love to see you again.’
David Walliams simply said: ‘It was brilliantly original and brilliantly entertaining.’ Alesha Dixon added: ‘Ladies, that has made my day. You are giving confidence to women and it’s powerful.’ Ruby (Lorraine), who started the group when she moved to the area, proudly revealed that none of the women had been willing to flash the flesh when they first began dancing together.
After hearing that Amanda Holden gushed: ‘I feel really emotional. It’s brilliant to see a group of women doing this. You make us proud to be women.’
Simon concluded: ‘This is one of the best acts I’ve seen on the show I think.’ It came as no surprise that all four judges voted for the ladies to make it through to the next round.