Notorious hit the moves on Got To Dance but fail to reach the finals
IT was another showstopping performance for everyone in Wales to be proud of.
Girl group Notorious have once again proved they have got the moves on Sky1's Got To Dance in the first of the live semi-finals.
Although they did not make it through to the finals — the girls, who are aged between 9 and 13 — wowed the judges and audience with an energetic and entertaining performance.
Choreographer Terry Michael, who runs TDM Stage School in Port Talbot and formed the group, said the girls did him and Wales proud.
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"They were absolutely brilliant," he said. "They had a standing ovation from the judges.
"All three judges said they should go through to the finals.
"They were really positive and they could not believe how strong they were. The girls were so happy with the feedback they received.
"They did Wales proud. It was a fantastic experience and they were overjoyed."
The group, who have dazzled on stage with their high-energy routines, have now got scores of celebrity fans.
As well as the judges JLS singer Aston Merrygold, former Pussycat Doll Kimberly Wyatt and Diversity's Ashley Banjo, Notorious have also been supported by other JLS members, Rochelle Humes from girl group the Saturday's along with TV legend David Hasselhoff and his Glynneath girlfriend Hayley Roberts.
"It has been nice to receive all the tweets of support," said Mr Michael.
"The girls were made up with all the support they had."
Mr Michael said it has been a rollercoaster for the youngsters who have been rehearsing non-stop since they entered the competition.
"It has been a whirlwind," he said. "They are exhausted.
"We have already had phone calls about them and this Friday they are going to be performing at the Gwyn Hall in Neath which they are looking forward to. They just love to perform."