Britain"s Got Talent 2012: Twist and Pulse return to the show with own dance company


Back with a new Twist (and Pulse): Former BGT runners up groove back on to the show as they take another shot at the title with their new dance troupe

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00:57 GMT, 1 April 2012

They rose to fame in 2010 when they danced their way onto Britain's Got Talent and narrowly missed walking away the winners in the live final to Spelbound.

But Twist and Pulse clearly haven't finished with the programme and aren't content with just being runners up.

The hip-hop duo, consisting of dancers Ashley Glazebrook (Twist) and Glen Murphy (Pulse), made a return to the show earlier tonight.

Twist and Pulse Dance Company: 2010 runners up Twist and Pulse returned to Britain's Got Talent with their new dance troupe as they try for the trophy again

Twist and Pulse Dance Company: 2010 runners up Twist and Pulse returned to Britain's Got Talent with their new dance troupe as they try for the trophy again

But this time they didn't dance themselves, but unleashed their very own Twist and Pulse Dance Company dancers on to the stage.

The boys beamed as they welcomed their dance troupe onto the show, who were all dressed in white outfits emblazoned with their logo.

And Ashley was adamant the judges and viewers would be impressed with what they had to offer.

Familiar faces: The hip-hop dancers promised their troupe would wow the crowds when they carry out their routine

Familiar faces: The hip-hop dancers, who missed out to Spelbound in the 2010 BGT final, promised their troupe would wow the crowds with their routine

He told the camera crew before they took to the stage at the Blackpool auditions: 'It was the best experience of our lives. We have been touring everywhere, we’ve done arenas like the O2 Arena, Wembley Arena, but we’re actually here this time with our dance company.

'When you see it, I think you're going to faint.'

But their excitement momentarily subsided as they stood with Ant and Dec as the young dancers took to the stage.

Unanimous vote: The dancers impressed the judges with their quick dance skills and humorous routine

Unanimous vote: The dancers impressed the judges with their quick dance skills and humorous routine

After Simon grilled them for a bit, the dancers shouted that they thought they could win the show and one of the dancers told him: 'We’ve seen Britain’s Got Talent change Ashley and Glen’s lives and I think all of us really want that success and more.'

And she added they wanted to be known world wide, not just in England, before they launched into their routine.

And it was clear that both Twist and Pulse had a lot of influence on the dancers and the sequence as they performed in their similar 'Streetomedy' style.

Energetic: The dancers wore white outfits emblazoned with the Twist and Pulse Streetomedy tops

Energetic: The dancers wore white outfits emblazoned with the Twist and Pulse Streetomedy tops

The group carried out a humorous dance to a cleverly cut soundtrack as Twist and Pulse clapped and giggled from the side of the stage.

The camera switched to a beaming Simon Cowell, as the judges then unanimously put them through.

And he gushed to them: 'It was funny, it was sharp. It had its unique feel to it. It was quintessentially British.'

Stars: The duo wowed with their clever dance style when they first auditioned themselves in 2010

Stars: The duo wowed with their clever dance style when they first auditioned themselves in 2010

Alesha Dixon was also excited by the dancers and told them she'd like to see them again, while stand-in judge Carmen Electra simply stated: 'You guys were awesome.'

And David Walliams applauded them for their humour aspect, but said he'd like there to have been a touch more.

Once they were put through, Ashley and Glen couldn't contain their excitement as they rushed on the stage to congratulate their team as they waved at Simon.