Ipswich cheerleading team featured on Britain’s Got Talent alongside Ant and Dec

The Ballsitics cheerleading team from one sixth form in Suffolk performing at the Britain's Got Tale

The Ballsitics cheerleading team from one sixth form in Suffolk performing at the Britain's Got Talent filming day in Trafalgar Square - Credit: Archant

Superstar cheerleaders from One sixth form in Ipswich made their debut TV appearance on Saturday after being featured in the opening sequence for the new Britain’s Got Talent series.

One sith form's cheerleading squad members Katie Chamberlain (left) and Rhianna Kiwomya at the Brita

One sith form's cheerleading squad members Katie Chamberlain (left) and Rhianna Kiwomya at the Britain's Got Talent filming day in Trafalgar Square - Credit: Archant

The Ballistics cheerleading team was among a host of awesome acts to be invited to Trafalgar Square in March to film the opening sequence alongside ITV favourites Ant and Dec.

The team has already performed its audition in February, and is waiting to see if its dance routine will be featured in the audition broadcasts.

The squad performed together for the first time at an Ipswich Town game at Portman Road in April last year, and has continued to perform across the county.

Coach Cathy Graham, said: “What an amazing experience. From small acorns we have grown in the last two years where we have been involved in competitions, performed at Portman Road and now this.”

One sixth form's Ballistics cheerleading squad with other performers in Trafalgar Square for the Bri

One sixth form's Ballistics cheerleading squad with other performers in Trafalgar Square for the Britain's Got Talent filming day - Credit: Archant

The Ballistics cheerleading squad from one sixth form in Ipswich with Britain's Got Talent hosts Ant

The Ballistics cheerleading squad from one sixth form in Ipswich with Britain's Got Talent hosts Ant and Dec during the Trafalgar Square filming day. - Credit: Archant

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