One person in the dance group Just All of us that rose to popularity competing about Britain’s Got Talent in 2017. The group managed to get towards the semi-finals after Alesha Dixon offered them her fantastic buzzer. She and her fellow Simply Us dance users began dance together at age five. Given birth to with scoliosis, a curvature from the backbone, she hoped earning Britain’s Got Talent would provide her family the amount of money to afford vertebral surgery in order that she could continue dance throughout her existence. Her old sister, Alice, can be an associate of Simply Us. Both she and Reuban Grey competed around the eleventh group of Britain’s Got Talent.