You know the kind of dancing you do when you're alone in your room, in your undies, and your favourite song comes on? None of that conservative must look cool kind of stuff you do in public, but the totally funky over-the-top Flashdance/karate kind of moves as though you were a backup dancer for Madonna? Now imagine that, but on stage and TV in front of thousands of people. But instead of everyone having a laugh as you think they might, they all start to cheer. Well this is exactly what happened to Anya Sparks on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
Anya, a 40-something-year-old mom and non-professional dancer, says she gets her groove on at home while doing the cleaning.
What a wonderful and refreshing thing to see someone so free and uninhibited, and the best thing is that people really felt it, and boy did she get that audience going. People totally looked as though they wanted to jump out of their seats and start dancing with her.
You go girl!