Got To Dance: Hash Tap one step from final - and then it's the world!
THEY say their lives have been changed by their TV fame and they could be heading to the final of Got To Dance.
Dancers Hannah Goodhall and Natalie Coolledge, who make up comedy duo Hash Tap, have performed on the Sky1 show, reaching the final 30 contestants.
On Sunday evening, the Hessle duo will take to the stage to compete in the semi-finals and stay in the running for the grand prize of £250,000.
The pair – who market themselves saying "one is fat, one is ginger" – have built up a huge online fan base.
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Hannah said: "Natalie has actually lost more than a stone since the first audition and everyone has been mentioning it. Because I see her every day, I didn't notice but I've been working her hard and we've practised so much.
"She does look great but I've told her not to lose too much weight – no one will recognise her!
"This experience really has changed our lives. I'm even a little bit famous now."
The ladies, both 23, say if they got through to the final ten and won the money, they'd spread the word about tap dancing across the globe.
Hannah said: "We'd like to travel the world but we'd also like to teach children about tap. The money would really make a difference.
"We can't wait for the semi-final and will be trying to pretend that it's not live because we'll get too nervous.
"Both of us have been making sure our routine is as good as it can be and we are desperate to get through.
"If we don't, it has been amazing but we don't want to be disappointed, we want to show people what we've got in store for the final."
Hannah and Natalie are former dance rivals and both teach at schools and studios in Hull. They say the children have been excited about them going so far in the competition.
"We have a theme for our routine at the semi-finals and will have our hair and make-up done but we don't want to spoil anything," said Hannah.
"The costumes are brilliant and we've been rehearsing every day.
"People have been tweeting us wishing us good luck and to get through at the show in London would be amazing."
Hash Tap thanked everyone who has supported them so far and pointed out there will be less than ten minutes to vote after their performance on Sunday.
Watch the girls on Sky1 from 6.15pm on Sunday and vote via phone, text, or Facebook.