Simon Cowell Breaks the Britain’s Got Talent Rules for This Dance Troupe – VIDEO

Simon Cowell is known for his tough love on Britain’s Got Talent, but he made an exception for the Unity dance troupe. The group, which is made up of dancers from different backgrounds, performed a moving routine about unity and acceptance. Cowell was so impressed that he “broke the rules” and gave them the Golden Buzzer, which sends them straight to the finals. According to the rules, there were already out of golden buzzers for the season, but that didn’t matter to Cowell, he just gave them another one.

The Unity dance troupe is made up of dancers from all over the world. They come from different backgrounds and speak different languages, but they are united by their love of dance. Their routine on Britain’s Got Talent was a powerful message of unity and acceptance.

The dance troupe Unity gave an emotional performance to the Wrabel song, “The Village.”  The group of 16 to 25-year-olds, wearing all black, began by standing together on stage as one of them explained who they were.

“We’re all friends in college, so we decided to put this group together to perform a piece called ‘I Will,’ which is about being told that you can’t or you’re not enough, and how as a group that we come together and power through that,” said the group’s spokesperson.

The routine began with the dancers standing in a circle, representing the diversity of the world. As the music cued up, a screen behind the dancers read, “In nature, a flock will attach any bird that is more colourful than the others because being different is seen as a threat…” Then Emma, a girl with Down Syndrome, began to speak about how people say she “can’t,” while the troupe spoke in sign language along with her.

Cowell was visibly moved by the Unity dance troupe’s performance. He gave them a standing ovation and said, “That was the most important dance I’ve ever seen on this show.” He then “broke the rules” and gave them the Golden Buzzer, which sends them straight to the finals.


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