WATCH: Sheffield singer wows judges on Britain's Got Talent as girl group storm TV show

This is the moment a Sheffield singing sensation stormed TV's Britain's Got Talent.

Tuesday, 2nd May 2017, 8:53 am
Updated Tuesday, 9th May 2017, 7:19 pm
The Miss Treats with Lavelle (far left) on Britain's Got Talent. (Photo: Britain's Got Talent/Thames TV/Syco).

Sheffield singer Lavelle, 22, and her band The Miss Treats stormed through Saturday's ITV show, being described by head judge as "the best" all-girl group ever to appear on the show.

The Miss Treats are a four piece girl group made up of Lavelle, 24-year-old Jeanette from South London, 19-year-old Moesha from Swindon and 22-year-old Bambi from Birmingham.

The band delivered a stunning version of Salt 'n' Pepa's Whatta Man to progress in the show which promises fame and fortune for the winner.

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The group live together in London and all work different jobs, and have been a band for about a year.

Jeanette, who previously appeared on The X Factor in girl group Miss Dynamix, made the live shows in 2013.

She said: "It honestly feels so much better, we've been together for a year so I feel the chemistry is so much better."

Judge Alesha Dixon said: "You're really likeable and I thought all of you stood out, it was a very strong audition."

And the other judges were equally gushing, with Simon Cowell declaring: "Of all the groups, particularly girl groups who have come on this show, I think you could be the best one. I really think there's something special here."

And with four yeses, The Miss Treats were through to the next round.