Byron's dancing man performs on Australia's Got Talent

BYRON Bay's dancing man, Tommy Franklin has appeared in the finals of Australia's Got Talent, and now it's up to you to decide whether he continues.

Tommy did his Salty Rain dance, complete with backing dancers and a backdrop of colourful graphics before a cheering studio audience for the Channel Nine program.

Tommy has appeared in the second week of the show's three-week finals series and last night appeared alongside a group of children and teenagers calling themselves the Flying Fruit Circus, bass player The Funky Bunny (complete with bunny costume, dancing poodle act Loretta and Jackson, and self-taught musician Reuben Koops.

If you want to vote for Tommy, you'll have to do it by phone or SMS (with a 55 cent charge).

You cam SMS "Tommy" to 199 888 99 or phone 1902 559 917.

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