In her seventies, this popular English salsa dancer won the 2009 edition of the Spanish reality TV talent competition Tu Si Que Vales. Five years later, she finished ninth in Britain's Got Talent.
She started training as a dancer when she was only two years old but did not start studying flamenco dance until the early 2000s.
As of 2015, she held the Guinness World Record for "Oldest Acrobatic Salsa Dancer."
A native of Stourbridge, England, she later settled in Gandia, Spain, with her husband David.
She and the Argentine pop singer Lola Ponce both competed in the 2010 season of the talent show Bailando por un Sueno.