On Britain’s Got Talent, four grandmothers tap dance their way into everyone’s hearts.

Four seniors take the stage on Britain’s Got Talent. They form a line and approach the microphone while holding hands. Simon Cowell inquires as to their identity, and they introduce themselves as the “Cocooners.”

The crowd immediately cheers for them. There are four women in the group. Michelle is 63 years old, Heather is 70, Lyn is 80, and Maxine is 75.

They take their seats for the performance after they have finished speaking. Even the judges are unsure of what they will do for their audition.

Each of the women is standing on platforms that rise from the ground. They all present themselves on pedestals. The music begins as they look up at the ceiling.

To everyone’s surprise, the women began to remove their dresses or whatever they were wearing. They were all dressed in a gleaming one-piece outfits underneath their clothes. The audience erupted.

The Cocoons then proceeded to tap dance and show everyone that age doesn’t matter. With smiles on their faces, they won the hearts of the crowd and the judges.

They end their performance, still as spry as ever. Simon Cowell calls them little minxes, and still, the crowd continues to cheer. The judges are still in awe, and they all vote yes for the Cocooners.

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On Britain’s Got Talent, four grandmothers tap dance their way into everyone’s hearts.
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