Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Too saucy? Never! Britain's Got Talent troupe Girls Roc promise there's 'much more to come'


New celebrities: Girls Roc, along with team leader Nicola Wills (far right), pose outside the ITV studios after being interviewed on This Morning

They stunned the Britain's Got Talent judges on Saturday night with their mixture of fire-breathing, aerial tricks and sexy dancing.

But, despite many complaining Girls Roc's act was too saucy to air pre-watershed, the troupe have insisted they have no intention of toning things down, and promised there's 'much more to come'.

The group made their promises during an interview on This Morning today, where they made the most of their new-found celebrity status by posing sexily for photographers outside the ITV studios.

Posing up: Girls Roc show off their best poses as photographers clamber to get the most exciting shots of the troupe

So exciting! Nicola told Phillip Schofield and Ruth Langsford the group were more excited about appearing on This Morning than on Britain's Got Talent

Slippery friend: Schofield got up close and personal with the girls' snake Slinky Sebastian on the show

Asked on This Morning how the group had formed, Nicola said: 'About a year ago I got an opportunity to put something together and we were all friends anyway and we thought why don't we use what we have and develop it using fire skills and using different props that we have and put together a troop and we did.... We've had a few accidents with hair setting on fire!'

When the Britain's Got Talent judges asked Nicola what makes a 'Girls Roc girl', she replied: 'First of all, they've got to be exceptionally hot.

'They've got to have the attitude, no wimps. We know we're good at what we do. We want to show everyone. This is it. This is where it all begins.'

Controversial: Many deemed the group's performance on Saturday night too saucy for the pre-watershed slot

While McIntyre labelled the girls' audition 'a bit too much', fellow judge Amanda Holden argued that it was 'just right'.

She said: 'Girls, I love girls that are naughty. I think that it was dangerous. I think it was well put together.

'It was exciting. There was something for everybody. You've all got great bottoms. I thought you brought something different.'

Girls Roc on Britain's Got Talent 2011 Week 4

source: dailymail

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