Lil’Tim, Fred Realness and David Welch were the choreographers for Karizma Krew consisting of talented 13 – 21 year old dancers.
Karizma Krew made it through to the semi-finals on Britain’s Got Talent 2012, despite a no from Simon Cowell.
The group, from Essex, surprised the judges with their vast age range, with 39-year-olds performing alongside teenagers. They performed a range of dances for the panel, which included a routine to Michael Jackson’s PYT.
“I love the fact you mixed so many different styles together, I loved all the music changes. Girls you were fierce together, I really enjoyed it,” former Strictly judge Alesha raved. Simon however wasn’t convinced, singling out 39-year-old Tim: “I can’t help but think that you shouldn’t be in this group. I’m only saying what everybody’s thinking.” David hit back: “No-one’s thinking it”. Undeterred, Simon continued: “I feel like you’ve done this to create a platform for you.” But David quipped: “That’s what you do, don’t judge everybody on your own standards”
With all the other judges won over, it was three yeses for Karizma Krew!
BGT streetdancer Tim Hamilton bounced back from injury
BRITAIN’S Got Talent streetdancer Tim Hamilton had a horror accident as a child — and was told he would never walk again.
His act, Karizma Krew, earned a standing ovation from the audience on Saturday night’s show and were sent through to the next round.