Plenty of teenagers enjoy choreographing fun dance routines together to be performed in the privacy of their own homes.
But one trio from London and Cambridge, England, wasn’t content to keep their talents hidden away. Fourteen-year-olds Tag and Claudia, along with 16-year-old Maria, had bigger dreams to conquer!
The three of them take dance classes from a studio in Kent that’s owned by Claudia’s mom. Calling themselves Code 3, the teens started performing locally in their area before signing up to audition for a much bigger gig: season 11 of “Britain’s Got Talent.”
“We love spending time together, and the fact that we get to dance together is just… especially here!” Claudia told crowd.
For their audition, Code 3 told celebrity judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams, and Alesha Dixon that they take inspiration from artists like Beyoncé and Little Mix. You can see those hip-hop influences the moment they start moving!
While they look like typical teens, these besties have some serious moves! They chose to perform to Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too,” and their high-energy dance had us tapping our feet along with them.
By the time they finished, they had clearly won over all four judges with their remarkable routine.
Dixon told them they were “absolutely fantastic,” while Holden said they were, “really cool, different, and edgy.” We couldn’t agree more! All four judges said yes and sent the trio to the semifinals.
It’s hard to believe these three are so young and have already accomplished so much. We can’t wait to see more from Code 3 in the future!
Watch their impressive audition in the video below, and don’t forget to share this story.
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