The dance troupe Diversity beat Susan Boyle into second place to win the worlds biggest talent show. Dance troupe Diversity have been crowned the winners of Britain’s Got Talent 2009. The ten-strong dance troupe from Essex and London gained the most public votes in the competition, beating Scottish singer Susan Boyle into second place.
Diversity’s choreographer Ashley Banjo was blown away by the result, told Ant and Dec, “When you said our name I thought I was dreaming. Everyone who has voted – you have changed our lives”.
The group have only been together since 2007 but with members aged 12-25 they blew the judges away with their incomparable ‘transformer’ dance routine.
Earlier this evening, Simon told them, “This is the only performance of the night, if we were giving marks, I would have given a ten. It was sheer and utter perfection.”
Said Ashley, “To perform at the Royal Variety Show would be something we’d remember for the rest of our lives.
Boys, it’s gonna happen. You have a cheque for Â£100,000. And in December you will perform for the Queen.
Giving the crowd a last wiggle of her hips, gracious Susan told Ant and Dec: “The best people won. “They were very entertaining, I wish them all the best.” and….We love Stavros Flatley ,The funniest and most unusual act of the year!