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Dance group Unity put on an incredible show, with the head judge, 63, calling them 'astonishing'.
But most powerful of all was the incredible message behind their performance - called 'I will', showing the importance of embracing who they are.
One member of the group, who has Down's Syndrome, began the dance as the centre of the group.
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Powerful: Dance group Unity, aged between 16 and 25, put together a flawless routine with an incredible message
In between moments of passionate dancing to The Village by Wrabel, other members of the group came forward with their own messages.
One star, called Declan exclaimed: 'I am Declan and labels don't define me. I push the gender boundaries but don't allow discrimination to change who I am.
'They try to label me. They say I can't be who I am but I will.'
There was an emotional hug between Steph and Libby who said they'd had 'constant eyes' on them