A GROUP of dancers including an 11-year-old from Swindon have become overnight sensations after a stunning Britain's Got Talent audition.

Fivestar Boys, all aged between 9 and 11, feature the town's own Ollie Loveday and wowed the judges with their anti-bullying performance on Saturday night.

On Monday morning the group appeared on ITV breakfast television show Lorraine to talk about the incredible reaction to their performance.

The show's host Christine Lampard asked Ollie alongside Beau, Toby-Jay, Adam and Joey what it was like to be stood on that stage at that moment. 

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"It was honestly just surreal, I didn't imagine it to be that good," said Beau. 

"We wanted to go on BGT to prove that boys can dance and that the boys are wrong for doing what they're doing to us, because it's knocking our confidence down, but look where we are now, on BGT" Adam added. 

The group shared that they'd all experienced bullying because of their love of dance, but their appearance on the popular ITV talent show had given them a massive confidence boost. 

Christine then asked Ollie, 11, from Shriveham, how the group met - and he revealed they actually come from all over the UK. 

"We met at a dance convention, our mums starting contacting each other online and we contacted each other through gaming," he said. 

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But the fact all the boys live in separate areas of the country presents its own challenges for the five-piece dance group. Luckily, for the boys it's up to the parents to sort out the logistical nightmare of getting them in the same place for rehearsals. 

Joey said: "Our mums and dads stay online and try to find a date for us to meet up in Birmingham and we'll go to a studio and practice the dance. But it's once a month or every couple of weeks. 

The boys also talked about why they love dancing, being nervous at the audition and meeting Ant and Dec and they revealed that after the audition they had a pizza party and "all the parents got drunk and were crying". 

Ollie was then asked if he thought that they'd ever get the four yeses they'd need to get through.

He replied: "Because we'd worked so hard I did think that we were going to get through."

The quintet are now preparing for their next dance, should they make it to the next round, and while lips were tightly sealed about what the primetime audience might expect, the boys did warn everyone to have their tissues nearby because it will be aother tearjerker.