Ashley Glazebrook and Glen Murphy, who were the runners-up on the ITV talent show two years ago, attended the auditions during tonight's episode along with their new dance troupe Twist Dance Company.
Glazebrook described Britain's Got Talent 2010 as "the best experience of [their] lives". Since coming second in the competition, they have toured at the O2 Arena and Wembley, but then set up a dance group ranging from aged 12 to 20 and wanted to try their luck again.
Before they walked on stage, member Jade said that they saw how the show "change[d] Ashley and Glen's lives" and thought that it would help them achieve "success and more".
Murphy said that they make their new troupe rehearse their dance routines again and again and "everyone just lays out on the floor" exhausted afterwards. They then discussed who produces the most "sweat" after practising.
On stage, Simon Cowell asked Twist Dance Company where they see themselves in five years, and Jade replied that they want "worldwide" success. He then asked if they were good and if they could win the show, to which Jade said: "Yeah."
Britain's Got Talent airs tonight (March 31) at 8pm on ITV1.
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Watch Twist and Pulse audition for Britain's Got Talent in 2010 below: