AN ANDOVER dance teacher has sailed through to the semi-finals of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent.

Tee Minya appeared as part of KNE, who shocked audiences on Saturday night by not only performing a dance routine but also adding a touch of singing.

Tee has been teaching at Oblivion Dance for five years, with KNE supporting the school on many occasions, including its annual end of year show at The Lights.

Oblivion dance manager Tanya Tuson said: “It is absolutely amazing, we are so proud of them all, we are behind them all the way.”

And the school has created a video to wish the troupe luck for the semi-final performance.

Tee, who travels from Milton Keynes each week to teach Oblivion, performs alongside four others in KNE, which stands Kyle Nemisis Entertainment, and over the past four years they have been training, with the hard work paying off.

Audiences first concluded that the act would be singers but the routine took a turn, with spectators raving about what they had watched.

Judge David Walliams was the first off of his seat, adding: “It was amazing from start to finish, all of you are super talented.”

Alesha Dixon said: “I think Simon has found his dream dance act, he keeps saying every time we get good dancers ‘can you sing’ and the fact that you do and you did it well. Well done guys, that was brilliant.”

Amanda Holden added: “I did love the curve ball at the beginning, you are all really hot, the dancing was fantastic, you look great."

And Simon Cowell said: “We always say sense of humour is so important in a dance group because it is what Diversity had, they always had that imagination.

“The great thing is we haven’t seen an act like this in a long time on the show.”

Simon was the first to give a “big fat yes”, with fellow judges following suit.

Tee will be performing in the semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent tonight at 7.30pm on ITV1.