Irish dancing is a traditional dance form that is characterized by its quick, intricate footwork and rigid upper body posture, with the arms and hands held tightly at the sides. It is typically performed to traditional Irish music, which is often played on instruments such as the fiddle, accordion, and bodhrán.
Irish dancing can be performed solo or in groups, and has a rich cultural history in Ireland, where it has been performed for centuries at social events and celebrations. Irish dancing is also a fan favorite on the talent shows but these girls have a unique twist that throws the judges for a loop and ultimately knocks their socks off.
When they auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent, the girls in the Innova Irish Dance company chose an eye-catching red outfit instead of the traditional green–maybe to foreshadow that their routine would be anything but traditional. And soon after they start, the change in music lets the entire auditorium know they’re going to shake things up.
The judges were surprised but the fans immediately caught on and soon it was clear that these girls switching it up to a more modern beat was a big hit. Ultimately the judges were impressed and so were the viewers. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!
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