A boy from Kendal is 'buzzing' after his dance group made it through to semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.

Archie Quinn-Sunter is a proud member of dance company Phoenix Boys which received the golden buzzer on Saturday night’s episode.

The group, which includes members from all over the UK, was jumping for joy after dance legend Bruno Tonioli hit the golden buzzer so hard that he smashed it.

READ MORE: ITV BGT judge Bruno Tonioli 'destroys' golden buzzer

A teary Bruno said how the group reminded him of being a young male dancer. 

Members of the group spoke of how it felt like everything was frozen in time and getting the gold was the most surreal experience and the happiest moment of their lives.

The group enjoyed a standing ovation from the whole auditorium at the London Palladium.

Archie said: "It was such a surreal moment even being on the stage.

"A moment I had always dreamed of but never thought would happen.

"I was confused, happy and shocked that Bruno pressed the golden buzzer for us. It was the best feeling in the world.

"I never thought it would happen to us. Bruno understands it’s not always easy being a male dancer, but he gets it…he gets us and we are so excited for the next round."

The Westmorland Gazette: An emotional Bruno Tonioli (right) next to Simon Cowell (right)Archie trains at The Hammond School in Chester and is a former student at Kendal Dance Academy.

He now cannot wait to go live in front of the nation in a few weeks with his friends.

Phoenix Boys is a nationwide dance associate programme which currently runs in London, Manchester and Birmingham and provides supplementary training to budding male dancers requiring no audition to be involved.

The ethos of the company is to provide a nurturing environment for dancing boys to thrive, whether it’s for a hobby or a career on stage/screen.

For more information on how to get involved, visit Phoenix Boys website.