Older Gentlemen's Act Has Simon Jumping For Standing Ovation
Kathleen Shipman 5/1/2018
When five older gentlemen dressed in sweaters, cardigans and slacks walk out onto the stage of Britain's Got Talent, the judges stare at them and wonder what on earth they're about to do. The audience looks skeptical and seems to expect a boring audition from the group who call themselves "Old Men Grooving."
After speaking with the judges, they take their poses and the music begins to play. It's a dated song from decades ago and one of the guys begins to dance like Fred Astaire.
When they bust out doing the pony, judge Amanda performs it with them. These guys shake their booties and when they toss in a few suggestive pelvis thrusts, the crowd loses it!
A hand stand rounds out the routine and when they're done, Simon even jumps from his chair for a standing ovation. No one can believe that the five guys who sauntered onto stage with drab clothes were actually hiding such amazing dance moves!