Andover street dance group Oblivion Dance would like to wish their dance teacher Tee the best of luck for this week’s live shows after being put through to the semi-finals on Britain’s Got Talent following their amazing performance on Saturday.
Oblivion Dance has been running in Andover since 2012 and now consists of over 80 street dance students from the age of 4 years old, all taught by Tee who travels on a weekly basis from Milton Keynes and has also supported the children over the years when they have performed at local events and when competing in national competitions, placing in the top 3 at most.
Tanya Tuson the founder of Oblivion Dance told Andover Radio “I’m very proud of Tee and KNE and would also like to thank them for their involvement with the children over the past few years, from performing at the yearly Oblivion Dance Shows and the support they give the children, GOOD LUCK KNE”.
Tee is one of 5 members of 2019 Britain’s got talent Semi finalists KNE , KNE auditioned earlier this year for the 2019 Britain’s got talent television show, after a standing ovation from all 4 judges for their performance have made it to the live shows on ITV this week.
KNE (Kyle Nemisis Entertainment) are an entertainment group with a unique performance which consists of singing & dancing.
KNE has supported Oblivion dance in the last few years by performing at it’s end of year show, enjoyed by parents, families and even the Mayor, showing upcoming dancers what they can achieve if they work hard.
You can watch Tee on Britain’s Got Talent tonight (29th May 2019) on ITV at 7:30pm.