Parkour Collective Age, Net Worth & Latest Update After BGT

Parkour Collective is a between 20 and 25-year-old freerunning trio from the United Kingdom in the hit reality show Britain’s Got Talent 2023. In the semifinal, they showcased their talent once again. Despite the positive reactions from the audience and judges, they were unable to secure enough public votes to advance to the BGT final and were eliminated in the semifinal. Their net worth is not revealed as of 2023. With the latest update, let’s find out what happened to them after BGT.

What is Parkour Collective Doing Now?

They currently resides in the United Kingdom and continue their career as a professional parkour performance team. They perform live and on social media platforms.

Parkour Collective net worth

They earn their income from live performances but their net worth is not available as of June 2023. 

Parkour Collective Biography

Parkour Collective ages between 20 and 25 years old as of 2023. They are British and their religions and heights are not revealed. Their real names are Ed, George and Travis. All of them are athletes and they are best friends. They have participated in many competitions before and won some of them.

Fast Facts

Known asParkour Collective
Real namesEd Scott, George McGowan, Travis Verky
AgeBetween 20 – 25
ProfessionProfessional parkour performance team

BGT Update

What happened to the Parkour Collective in Britain’s Got Talent Auditions?

They performed an amazing parkour performance at their audition and got four yeses from the judges. The trio was first introduced on an electronic screen before beginning their audition. They then ran through streets, climbed stairs, slid down poles, and jumped over benches until they reached the Lowry Theatre to Fatboy Slim’s Rockefeller Skank. After arriving at The Lowry, the group did a parkour performance on some equipment there while playing Panic! at the Disco’s High Hopes In a Disco. Bruno likened the performance to “Watching Three Spider-Men,” while Simon called the group “The boyband of freerunning.”

What happened to the Parkour Collective in Britain’s Got Talent Semi Finals?

In the Semifinal, the trio performed a parkour routine inside the studio and left the room. Alesha said, “You guys stand out because we’ve never had anything like this on the show“, Amanda concurred, calling you a “phenomenal act“.

Facts we admire

  • They are talented

They did a very dangerous and risky act but it was not a challenge for them as they were skilled.

  • They are hard working

All of them are very well trained and dedicated to their work and they work hard to succeed.

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