Members of the Port Talbot-based dance troupe Nu Sxool talk to ITV Wales about their hopes for Saturday's 'Britain's Got Talent' final.
Nu Sxool and Only Boys Aloud are flying the flag for Wales in Britain's Got Talent finals on Saturday NightRead the full story ›
Welsh dancers Nu Sxool run through their moves in rehearsals for their appearance in Saturday's 'Britain's Got Talent' final.
Paul Brand has been to meet them.
It's a night to remember for a group of dancers from Port Talbot - Nu Sxool have made it through to the final of Britain's Got Talent. The group, all aged between 10 and 17, will fly the flag for Wales along with male voice choir Only Boys Aloud.
A troupe of young dancers from Port Talbot are flying the flag for Wales in tonight's 'Britain's Got Talent' semi-final.
The group - Nu Sxool - is made up of children aged 10 to 17.
The dancers wowed the judges and the audience at their audition and were complimented for being fresh and original
Welsh male voice choir 'Only Boys Aloud' are already in the final.
Teenage male voice choir Only Boys Aloud are through to the final of Britain's Got Talent. Now Port Talbot dance group Nu Sxool are hoping for similar success at the semi-finals on Wednesday. They took some time out of their intensive training schedule to speak to Emily Gadd.
Welsh male voice choir Only Boys Aloud are through to the final of Britain's Got Talent.Read the full story ›
Welsh singers Only Boys Aloud are through to the live semi-finals of ITV's Britain's Got Talent. They were given the good news on last night's show.
Dance troupe Nu Sxool from Port Talbot will also be competing in the next round of the talent competition.