Heacham schoolgirl Abigail Brown has booked a place in tonight’s final of the prestigious Got to Dance televised dance competition.
The 16-year-old is a member of the Unity Academy street group, which made it through to the live shows.
The excited dancers are now in with a chance of grabbing the £250,000 winner’s prize.
The group took to the stage at London’s Earl’s Court on Wednesday for a semi-final performance as part of international tap dancer Adam Garcia’s team.
The public voted for two acts
to go through to the final and the dance group was the first name to be called out.
Abigail’s parents, Tamsin and Keith Brown, of K Brown Autos in King’s Lynn and Hunstanton, were in London to support their daughter and will remain in the city for the final.
Mrs Brown said Abigail had been training in London with Unity Academy for two years.
She has been travelling to the capital five times a week to train for Got to Dance.
Abigail has just completed her GCSEs and has left Alderman Peel High School at Wells. She starts at a performing arts school in Maidstone, Kent, on Monday.
Mrs Brown said there was lots of crying, screaming and leaping around when the group’s name was called on Wednesday.