Below are the results for episode four 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.

Video: Octavia Got to Dance audition

The second episode in today’s double bill was the first to feature extreme martial arts (XMA) in its audition line up from the sister and brothers group, Elmes 3Style, and an audition for ‘fluffy morris dancing’ by the Dinatones.

Judge Kimberly Wyatt told the group she gave them a red star for not focusing and looking around. Group leader Rhiann explained “We do it to watch our partners to check our positions to make sure we are together.”

Blue Magic, a duo from Watford was awarded from three gold stars, as was Ghetto Grannies for their pension inspired performance.

Rok Chix from High Wycombe was the closing act, not managing to convince Adam or Ashley that they were good enough to be in the live quarter finals.

Dancers, music song list and styles – Got to Dance Series 2, Episode 4

Name / age Judge’s rating Song Style
Octavia (7) *** Deep Forest – Yuki Song Contemporary
Super Funk (29 and 32) *0* (dubbed over) Roller skating
Synergy (16-25) *** eScala – Feeling Good Contemporary
DC49 Cheer (12-20) **0 (dubbed over) Cheerleading
The Elmes 3Style **0 (dubbed over) Extreme martial arts
Boony’s Lindy Hoppers (44-52) 0*0 / *** Unknown Lindy Hop
Chaotic (20) 00* Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger – Daft Punk, Ante Up – MOP Popping, locking, breaking
Attitude 000 (dubbed over) Street dance
Ground Zero 000 (dubbed over) Street dance
Dinatones (16-21) 000 Adelante – Sash Fluffy Morris dancing’
Lauren (16) *** This Woman’s Work – Maxwell Contemporary
Blue Magic (18 and 21) *** Robot Rock – Daft Punk, Heartbreaker – Michael Jackson Popping
Ghetto Grannies *** We No Speak Americano – Yolanda B Cool and Dcup Street dance
Rok Chix 0*0 We Will Rock You – Queen, I Love Rock and Roll – Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Atomic – Blondie, Ace of Spades – Motorhead Street rock