THE gay French high-heel dancing trio led by Yanis Marshall has taken his act across the English Channel to TV talent show Britain’s Got Talent to try his act in front of a more mainstream audience.
With millions of views already clocked up on his YouTube channel, Marshall and his troupe wooed the audience and judges with their strong French accents and their high-paced high-heeled dance routine to a mash up of songs from The Spice Girls.
“That was 10 times better than any of the female dancers we’ve seen on stage today,” judge Alesha Dixon told the trio.
Comedy actor David Walliams, known for his work on Little Britain, who is also a judge said: “I would say going forward, don’t be afraid to take off more clothes.”
With four yeses from the judges, this takes Marshall and his team into the semis of the talent show.
Until then, watch the recently aired clip of Marshall on BGT:
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