DANCE duo Twist and Pulse – runners-up two years ago in 'Britain's Got Talent' with their blend of streetdance and comedy – starred in a surprise performance at Harrow High School.
The pair, whose real names are Ashley Glazebrook and Glen Murphy, visited the Gayton Road school on Tuesday last week (June 14) for a 50-minute display in front of pupils in Year 7 who had won the right to be there as prize for having the best attendance record of any year group.
Head of the Year 7, Gavin Baker, said: “The duo entertained the year group with two of their hip hop style music tracks.
“They combined their shared sense of humour into their performance to create a unique style with lots of comedy value.
“They then asked the crowd if they felt confident enough to share their own styles of dancing.
“The hall was filled with laughter as learners battled on the school stage in a dance- off.”
Ashley, who is Twist, and Glen, who is Pulse, met at the BRIT School of performing arts and technology in Croydon, south London, where they were both studying for a BTEC National Diploma in Dance.
They finished second behind Spellbound in the fourth series of the ITV reality show 'Britain's Got Talent'.