Three gold stars for Hessle dancers Hannah Goodhall and Natalie Coolledge on Got To Dance
Got To Dance judges may have taken the mickey out of their accents but they still gave Hessle dancers Hannah Goodhall and Natalie Cooledge three gold stars on the show tonight.
The tap-dancing duo impressed judges Ashley Banjo, Kimberley Wyatt and JLS' Aston Merrygold with their comedy horse-riding act.
The girls, both 23, used to be dancing rivals growing up but came together to form Hash Tap for the Sky 1 TV show, which offers a life-changing cash prize of £250,000.
After seeing the girls perform, Diversity's Ashley Banjo said: "We rarely sit here and go that was funny, that was creative and that was really, really interesting and no matter what style you are doing creative comedy in dance is so difficult to get right and you absolutely nailed it."
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New judge Aston Merrygold, famed for his standing backflips in boyband JLS, said: "Girls that was a really, really solid audition and let me say I really appreciate the hand taps as well.
"I think you guys and going be able to translate tap to everyone around you and watching the show, which is really good to see."
The judges did make fun of the girls' accents after they had left the stage but were clearly impressed by Hash Tap, who only became a duo a week before the London audition.
The girls will now go on to be considered for the live shows, which take place later in the series.