Street dancer Tom and contemporary performer Lukas knocked out Molly and Vitaly, Dance for Joy, Collective Ent and Notorious in last night's (February 10) live semi-final.
Judge Kimberly Wyatt described Tom's performance as the "perfect example" of "excellence", while Ashley Banjo gave the youngster a standing ovation.
"You've gone from your bedroom to the stage with not one dance lesson. You've been your own teacher and yet you are better than most adults. I want to see you in the final!" said Banjo.
Aston Merrygold told Lukas: "You are an artist, you are not even a dancer, you are an artist."
Wyatt told the contemporary performer: "Lukas 'one sock' McFarlane, you are doing amazing things for the dance world in general just having you on this stage, you are such an honest performer, you are so technically perfect. I hope everyone gets behind you and votes because you deserve this and your talent is second to none."
Next week's semi-final will feature the acts Buckness Personified, Mechanikool, Methods of Movements, Mini Moves, Rhys and The Pulse Collective.
Got to Dance continues on Sunday nights on Sky1.
Watch Lukas's first audition below: