Hash Tap focus on future after Got To Dance adventure ends
THEY may have missed out on a place in the final, but East Yorkshire dance sensations Hash Tap hope their appearance on a TV show is just the start of things to come.
The comedy tap duo failed to get through to the final of Sky1's Got To Dance, but the Hessle girls say the experience has changed their lives for the better.
Hannah Goodhall and Natalie Coolledge, both 23, made it to the final 30 but were overlooked for the final 10.
However, they're not bitter and say they are ready for their next challenge.
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Natalie said: "Our routine went really well. Hannah played the part of a gym instructor making me work hard for a chocolate bar.
"It was really funny and, in the end, I got my own way.
"Aston from JLS was judging and gave us a standing ovation. Everyone seemed to be impressed."
The performance mimicked real life, as Natalie lost more than stone during the audition process.
After marketing themselves as "one fat and one ginger", they got to work on another funny routine.
But all their hard work helped the weight fall off Natalie, who couldn't believe it when she jumped on the scales.
Hannah said: "We are now going to focus on a big dance convention in London, called Move It, and some charity shows that we will be performing at.
"It would be amazing to get an agent and be booked for other shows."
Natalie said they had more than 20 supporters in the audience on the night, cheering them on in Hash Tap T-shirts.
She said: "They were so loud, at one point I had to tell them to keep it down, but they absolutely loved watching us.
"We've loved being a part of the show and everyone is so proud of us."