BRITAIN'S Got Talent dancer Chloe Fenton looks much different from her audition on the show six years ago.
The youngster, then aged 10, performed a high-energy routine to Disco Inferno by The Trammps in the semi-final.
It followed an equally impressive dance to Tina Turner's Proud Mary at the audition stage.
The Liverpudlian had David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon on their feet while Simon Cowell clapped from his chair.
After her audition, David called her "such a star".
Alesha said: "Chloe, you have the audience in the palm of your hand. I love the Tina Turner moves, fantastic."
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Amanda enthused: "You have got so much energy and so much confidence."
While Simon compared her to a wind up Duracell bunny he had as a kid.
Now aged 16, Chloe is still dancing, occasionally sharing rehearsals and performances on social media.
She has been getting first class tuition at Dynamix Performing Arts College helping her try and realise her dream as a pro dancer.
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