Below are the results for episode three of series two of Got to Dance on Sky One.

Auditions for Got to Dance took place around the UK inside traveling dancing domes with dancers needing a minimum score of two gold stars from the judges Ashley Banjo, Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia to get through to the live quarter finals.

This first episode of this week’s double bill saw joiner Adam McMillan awarded only one star by Ashley Banjo, who invited him back for a second chance.

Rivalry took place in the form of Unik Dance Crew entering alongside one of the dancer’s mothers, Nancy McAndrew. Unik Dance Crew only obtained Kimbery Wyatt’s vote, while Nancy was awarded two gold stars by Ashley and Kimberly.

Video: Adam McMillan Got to Dance audition

Dancers, music song list and styles – Got to Dance Series 2, Episode 3

Name / age Judge’s rating Song Style
Miss Boombastic (72) 000 Mr Boombastic – Shaggy Improvised
Kenneth Martin (16) *** (dubbed over) Contemporary / street fusion
Trinity Warriors (9-30) *** (dubbed over) Breaking
Soul Sisters (18 and 19) *** (dubbed over) Popping
Bones (21) *** (dubbed over) Breaking
Tap Attack (12-22) *** (dubbed over) Tap dance
Ella (12) *** Sober – Pink Contemporary
Recycled Teenagers (44-75) ? (dubbed over) Soca
Antoinette Freeman-Danby (62) ? (dubbed over) Geriatric hip hop’
Hoop Guy (57) 00* (dubbed over) Hula hoop / disco
Simply Rhumba (56 and 79) 0 (dubbed over) Ballroom
Adam McMillan (18) 00* Champion – Kanye West Street
Dance Dynamix (17-26) *** ? – Lady Gaga, Candy – Kimberly Wyatt Commercial
Unik Dance Crew (10-25) 0*0 Fresh Prince of Bel Air Theme – Will Smith, Two Can Play That Game – Bobby Brown, Now That We Found Love – Heavy D and the Boyz Street dance / Breaking
Nancy McAndrew (46) 0** It’s Like That (Jason Nevins Remix) Breaking
Decadence (13-27) *** (dubbed over) Contemporary
Morgan (11) *** (dubbed over) Disco / Freestyle
Bethany Whittle (20) *** (dubbed over) Contemporary
Halle (5) *** (dubbed over) Street dance
Adam McMillan (18) (reaudition) *** Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy – Berlin Symphony Orchestra Popping / robotic