A stunning dance group performance by teenagers with disabilities demonstrates There Are No Boundaries

Born To Perform wowed the audience on Britain’s Got Talent with their dancing group performance to Hairspray’s ‘You Can’t Stop The Beat.’ These disabled teenagers gave it their best, receiving the golden buzzer and proving that there are no limits.

You are the one who is crying, not me. But they are tears of exquisite ecstasy. Because God made everyone of us to shine brilliantly for him!

Some of us have been fortunate to grow up with a disabled family member. We’ve witnessed all of the difficulties, setbacks, and successes that come with living with a disability. We know they look and speak differently. But when we have the opportunity to be friends with someone who has a disability, we get to view the world through their eyes, which is truly a blessing.

And this dancing performance by the Born To Perform teen ensemble is outstanding.

Dance Group Performance by Disabled Teens Astounds
Born to Perform enlightened the audience with their excitement, energy, and smiles. This lively dance featured cartwheels, twirls, and jazz hands all around. And their clothes are reminiscent of Grease, poodle skirts, and bowties.

The audience gave the dance group a standing ovation at the end of their performance. The Golden Buzzer was then presented to them by Dave. He said, “‘I really enjoyed it, folks. In fact, I enjoyed it so much that I’m going to do it!”

“Your passion is just spilling out, it’s just beautiful to see, you did a fantastic job, each and every one of you,” said Judge Alisha Dixon. Simon went on to say, “It didn’t sit well with me. It was fantastic!”

“I enjoyed the fact that you were having such a good time,” Simon added, “it was actually one of my favorite auditions.”

Some people may believe that the term disability implies incapacity. But we know that God gave everyone of us gifts and talents in order for us to reflect His glory. We hope Born To Shine made you smile today!

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A stunning dance group performance by teenagers with disabilities demonstrates There Are No Boundaries
The twins are having a good time. Their laughter is contagious.