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AJ Pritchard and Chloe Hewitt were a Latin dance duo from Series 7 of Britain's Got Talent. They were aged seventeen and eighteen years old at the time of their audition.

In their audition AJ sat upon a chair before Chloe danced in front of him to Welcome To Burlesque by Cher from the 2010 film Burlesque's soundtrack. She then attempted to get him to stand up, before slapping his left cheek. He then lifted her on his right arm momentarily before he got up and danced beside Chloe.

In the Semi-Finals the pair danced to a small medley of songs. This time they jumped and flipped a crossed the stage as well as danced upon it. AJ then momentarily lifted Chloe before lifting her and spinning her airborne. He then placed her back on the stage before repeating this manoeuvre. The pair then continued dancing beside one another upon the stage. They competed in Semi-Final four and were eliminated at the end of Semi-Final 4.

After BGT

Between 2016 & 2019 AJ was a professional dancer on BBC One show Strictly Come Dancing. AJ has a younger brother named Curtis Pritchard who is a professional dancer on Dancing With The Stars in Ireland, and toured with Natalie Lowie, Louis Smith, and Jay McGuiness in the stage show Rip It Up, and in 2019 placed third on Love Island along with Maura Higgins, Curtis also appeared in The Boxer & The Ballroom Dancer wherein he swapped roles with his friend Tommy Fury, as he participated in a boxing match, whilst Tommy participated in a dance competition. Curtis also became the new face of WW (Previously known as Weightwatchers), and became the new receptionist for the 2020 series of The Greatest Dancer. In October 2018 AJ partnered with Louis Smith in Celebrity Hunted for Stand Up to Cancer, yet the pair split with Louis being caught on Day 9, however AJ and Jonny Mercer later won the show on its fourteenth day. In July 2019 it was announced that both AJ and Curtis would appear as guest choreographers upon the BBC Three Online reality series RuPaul's Drag Race UK. On 28th August 2019 AJ appeared upon the first episode of CBBC's 'Our School' spin-off Series entitled 'Our School: Summer Camp', alongside his godmother Shirley Ballas. In late December 2019 AJ appeared Alan Carr's Celebrity Re-Play of 2019 alongside his brother Curtis Pritchard. After several rounds looking back at the year, they were eliminated in third place, however Alan stated that he could not let the pair go home empty handed, thus giving them £1,000 for their chosen charity which was 'Dementia UK.' In March 2020 AJ hosted Dance Along with AJ and Curtis alongside his brother Curtis for Sport Relief. Towards the end of March, AJ announced that he was quitting Strictly Come Dancing in order to focus on pursuing a presenting career with his brother Curtis. In Early June 2020 AJ's brother Curtis, the pairs mother, and Curtis' godfather competed against Scarlett Moffatt and her family on a reality stars special of Britain's Brightest Celebrity family, however they ultimately lost to Scarlett and her family. In Late July 2020 Curtis also appeared upon "Maura Higgins: Your Joking Me" which saw his now ex-partner training for The Spartan Race, and later competing within it alongside her trainer Paul. Additionally in Late July 2020 both AJ & Curtis appeared on BBC One's "Dear NHS Superstars" wherein they thanked the NHS for their work during the Coronavirus pandemic from their homes. From Late November to Early December 2020 AJ competed upon the twentieth Series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!., being eliminated in 6th place on Wednesday 2nd December 2020. On Monday 16th November 2020 Curtis appeared upon 'Lorraine'. On Wednesday 16th December 2020 AJ appeared upon the Christmas Special of ITV2's 'Hey Tracey!'. On Friday 15th January 2021 both AJ & Curtis appeared upon an episode of Steph's Packed Lunch. On Monday 25th January 2021 both AJ & Curtis appeared upon an episode of ITV Daytime show 'Lorraine'. Between January & February 2021 Curtis appeared upon 'Celebs Go Dating: The Mansion'. On Thursday 24th January & Thursday 4th March 2021 Curtis appeared upon Channel 4's 'Stand Up And Deliver' in aid of Stand Up To Cancer/SUTC. On Tuesday 23rd March 2021 both AJ & Curtis appeared upon an episode of 'This Morning' discussing AJ's partner Abbie Quinnen's tragic accident after a viral video went wrong on January 19th 2021. Three days later on Friday 26th March 2021 AJ joined the cast of C4 Soap Opera Hollyoaks playing the character of Marco, making his debut appearance in the E4 first look episode before making his C4 debut on the episode on Monday 29th March 2021, whilst his brother Curtis made his debut as the character of Marco's twin brother Jacob on Friday 7th May 2021.[1] On Thursday 26th August 2021 both AJ & Curtis appeared upon an episode of 'This Morning'. Between Monday 29th November & Friday 3rd December 2021 AJ appeared on Richard Osman's House of Games on BBC Two. Atop of this AJ is the godson of Strictly Come Dancing head judge Shirley Ballas.

In July 2016, the BBC announced that Chloe Hewitt would join the cast of professional dancers on Strictly Come Dancing. For the 2016 series, Hewitt was not paired with a celebrity, yet did perform in the professional dance numbers and appeared on the companion show It Takes Two. She was however partnered with Gethin Jones for the 2016 Christmas special of Strictly. She returned for the 2017 series most probably performing in but professional dance routines again, and additionally was partnered with Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya for the Children In Need special. By May 2018 however Chloe was dropped from Strictly entirely. In 2019 Hewitt toured alongside Strictly Professionals Dianne Buswell & Amy Dowden as part of Dowden's headline tour entitled 'Here Come The Girls’.