Sunday 21 January 2018

Cork dance duo impress on Britain's Got Talent with their mind-boggling moves

Lords of Strut on Britain's Got Talent
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A Cork-based comedy and dance duo are winning rave reviews for their Britain's Got Talent audition.

Sean-Tastic and Famous Seamus, the two 'brothers' who make up Lords of Strut, are performed by Cian Kinsella and Cormac Mohally.

The circus performers appeared on this week's episode of Britain's Got Talent and wowed the audience and David Walliams with their off-beat performance.

They performed a dance to A-Ha's Take On Me and left the judge's speechless with their mind-boggling maneuvers.

"I'm not sure I get this," said Simon.

The lads replied: "It's all about the dance, We've been practising a long time."


They managed to get through to the semi-finals, although Simon wasn't keen.

They've been in the street performance business since 2008,.

Kinsella made headlines last year when he appeared on stage in a Clingfilm mankini and re-enacted the Passion of the Christ in front of Mel Gibson at the cabaret show Riot.

During the course of the show, Kinsella encouraged members of the audience to flagellate him with foam pool noodles.

TD Mick Wallace happened to be in the audience the night Gibson was there and was one of those involved in the whipping.

Read more: 'Mel Gibson is about to see a naked Jesus in cling-film get beaten by ten people' - actor samples Irish theatre

The show, which was MC’d by Panti Bliss, won rave reviews.

Kinsella also starred in RTE hidden camera show Scorchio.

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