Port Macquarie dancers continue their winning run on popular television show Australia's Got Talent with aKrobatiKa advancing to the grand-final on Sunday, September 8.
Five dancers from Port Macquarie are part of the 49-strong dance troupe that make up Akrobatika.
All the dancers are from the Lee Academy in Tuggerah.
Those dancers are Rhiannon Summerhill, Tiegan Rockliff, Ellen Goudling, Lucas Hughes and Alexis Strumolo.
AKrobatiKa, blends dance with acrobatics and wowed the judges in the semi-final even earning an elusive Golden Buzzer from judge Todd Mckenney.
Jo Cotterill who runs Lee Academy said she was "thrilled" with the result.
Port Macquarie really does produce great dancers.Jo Cotterill
She described the Port Macquarie dancers as "absolutely phenomenal".
"They are some of the best dancers I have ever trained," she said.
"Port Macquarie really does produce great dancers.
"It comes from the junior dancing schools in the region which encourage the kids to think they can make a career out of it."
Local dancer Alexis Strumolo played the lead in the semi-final producing some impressive moves.
Miss Strumolo's own backstory is fit for movie.
The dynamic twenty-two-year-old was adopted from a Russian orphanage by Port Macquarie mum Kerrie Faux, picking up gymnastics as a toddler to improve her ailing health.
Miss Strumolo describes the experience of being on the TV show as "really, really fun".
"I'm a pretty calm person but it is nerve-wracking," she said.
Alexis is currently in her third year of an Advanced Diploma of Dance at the Lee Academy.
AKrobatiKa will face some tough competition in the grand-final later this month, with 10 teams progressing to the final round.