Freelusion conquers Britain’s Got Talent 2013
Freelusion Dance Company really made its mark on Britain’s Got Talent 2013. It all began with an audition act, which the dancers described as “an interactive 3D dance show”. Despite the fitting description, the judges had no idea what they were in for. It started out in pitch black darkness, with the quartet of dancers eventually emerging from cubes which looked like as if they were filled with water.
The effects were outstanding, the routine was captivating, and even Simon Cowell looked enthralled as the troupe performed. After the performance, Simon told the dancers that he thought it was “really smart, very well-choreographed”, and felt like “looking 10 years into the future”. Unsurprisingly, David Williams, Amanda Holden, and Alesha Dixon all shared the same views, thus Freelusion advanced and took the first step on the road that led all the way to the show’s semifinals.