The judges of Britain’s Got Talent are left speechless after being impressed by the performance of the Rise dance group during their audition for the show. But first, they tell the gut-wrenching tale of one of their members, Holly, and the challenges she overcame by exerting a great deal of effort.
This film begins with a scene of a group of young women who are seen wearing t-shirts with the words “hope,” “strong,” and “peace.” Holly, who is confined to a wheelchair, is presented by the choreographer, who is the senior member of the Rise dance group.
This little girl was there at the performance in Manchester when the explosion occurred. Holly’s mother discloses the fact that she gave her daughter concert tickets as a present over the course of an interview. She attended to the event beside Holly, as did Holly’s aunt.
Sadly, Holly’s aunt was among those who passed and Holly herself was wounded in the incident. Holly has had a great deal of suffering due to the nerve damage in her left leg, and she has undergone eleven surgical procedures.
Holly was a kind girl who had a passion for dancing, but her physicians were unsure about when or if she would ever be able to resume her dance career. The group came up with a strategy in order to make her dream a reality.
Holly reacts with tears in her eyes and says that this is the first time she has ever been in a huge space that is comparable to an arena when one of the judges wonders how it feels to be back in Manchester. Holly is at the front and center, dancing from her wheelchair as the other girls are dancing.
Holly is instructed to do a movement that corresponds to each step taken by the other dancers. During the performance, each girl sits in a wheelchair that has been provided for her. During the audition for the Rise dance team, the judges shed some tears, smiled widely, and ended with a standing ovation.