CAN you believe it’s been ten whole years since Diversity robbed Susan Boyle of the win on Britain’s Got Talent?

From the conversations with the packed audience at the BIC, where they put on two shows on Saturday, the UK’s favourite street-dance group can barely believe it either.

On the face of it, you could say not much has changed with Diversity over the last decade.

There’s still the trademark, super-slick routines, the element of comedy, the regular lobbing around the stage of Perry Kiely (the one with the hair) that we’ve come to expect.

But as the evening continues, you realise this phenomenal group, headed up by the incredibly talented choreography guru Ashley Banjo, are continuing to evolve.

The original core members are joined by some from the next generation, the innovative ideas just keep on coming and just when you think you’ve seen it all, something new happens on stage.

Like the guy known as “Sticks”, who can do handstands on the crutches he needs to walk, the escapology act or the sheer number of somersaults – complete with fire sticks – taking place in front of your eyes.

With a poignant look back at how it all began, and a nod to the next generation, told through the eyes of Banjo’s baby girl, the show even manages to bring a tear to your eye.

Not only have Diversity proved they are the one and only when it comes to street dance, they have also proved they are here to stay.