VIDEO: Pre-Skool and Nu Sxool combine for Disney-inspired routine
THE sky's the limit for two Port Talbot street dance groups.
Britain's Got Talent's Pre-Skool and Nu Sxool have joined forces for the first time to create a routine inspired by Disney's new animated comedy, Planes.
Combining airplane moves with dance stunts the youngsters, who hail from Neath Port Talbot, created a fun dance which is set to You Don't Stop (NYC) by Chris Classic and Alana D from the Planes official soundtrack.
Pre-Skool, aged between five and eight years old, stormed this year's Britain's Got Talent competition and reached the live TV finals after wowing audiences across the county with their energetic routines.
David Walliams called Pre-Skool "an explosion of energy" whilst on the show meanwhile Simon Cowell said the group "had the best personality of any act on the show".
Seven-year-old Seren Evans, who attends Bryncoch Church in Wales Primary in Neath, said: "We are so excited to be working with Disney on the new film Planes.
"We loved the film and cannot wait to have other kids learning our special planes dance."
Nu Sxool were the star street dance act of Britain's Got Talent in 2012.
They also reached the live finals and since then have won many street dance titles including British, Welsh and World Championships.
Choreographer Terry Michael, who runs TDM Stage School, and set up both groups, said it had been an amazing opportunity for them.
"We were thrilled when Disney approached us," he said.
"We were ecstatic. It has been such a fantastic experience and they had such a great time filming.
"The two groups also went to the premier in London where they did a meet a greet."
Disney's Planes, set above the world of Cars is an action-packed 3D animated comedy adventure featuring Dusty (voice of Dane Cook), a plane with dreams of competing as a high-flying air racer.
The film was released nationwide in 3D on Friday.