When it comes to showcasing one’s talent, there’s no such thing as too young or too old. Everyone deserves a chance to fulfill one’s passion and hone one’s skills further.

For one really talented dance duo, Ireland’s Got Talent was the perfect venue for them to do that. At a young age, their skills in contemporary ballet were just too good. In fact, they impressed the judges well enough for them to receive a standing ovation.

Kyle and Syesha of Double Impact can dance well beyond their young years. They performed an Aerosmith song “I Don’t Want to Miss A Thing” which, on its own, is packed with emotions you’d rarely see young people connect to.

What’s really nice about the duo’s performance is how they were able to tell a story with their freestyle dancing. At the start of the performance, you can see Syesha sitting on a bench when Kyle approached her from behind.

It was a slow start but once the song got to the more upbeat part, their moves changed pace as well. They were jumping, twirling, and swaying. Kyle even lifted his partner a couple of times.

Despite how complex their moves were, both of them were still in sync with each other. It only goes to show how connected they are to each other.

The performance’s ending was quite cute, too. They used the same bench that they started the performance with to end the dance number. There, the two of them sat next to each other and Syesha had her head on her partner’s shoulder.

The duo’s energy and personality truly stood out in their performance. They were expressive and they seemed to dance from the heart. It was like all the emotions one could feel from the song were translated perfectly into their movements.

Despite being sent to the finals, the duo failed to win Ireland’s Got Talent in that part of the competition. It was the RDC dance troupe that scooped the price for that season.

Even though they did not win, the skills of the young dancers are sure to take them to bigger and greater opportunities. At such a young age, they were able to blow everyone who saw them performed. You can just imagine how much more their skills can improve in the next coming years and that’s something we should all look forward to.