Dance group ‘Diversity’ will face Susan Boyle on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’

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Who’s the most popular dance group in the United Kingdom right now? Hint: It’s not the Royal Ballet.

The Essex street-dance group Diversity has sailed through ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ during the last few weeks to score a finalist spot on the show. It is set to compete with frumpy singing sensation Susan Boyle on Saturday’s championship.

Diversity comprises three sets of brothers ranging in age from 13 to 25. The 10-member group specializes in street dance but also derives inspiration from all facets of pop culture, from the movie ‘Transformers’ to Michael Jackson.

The group members are: 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; and Perri Luc Kiely, 13.


-- David Ng