The Nitshill-based group, whose ages range between 12 and 18, have been rehearsing since last December.
They first performed their dance, to the theme tune of Pirates of the Caribbean, at Disneyland Paris in March, and the grand final will be the first time they have performed it in Glasgow.
Kirsty Loughlin, 18; Robyn McLaren, 15; Paige Murray, 17, Sarah Louise Robertson, 14; Rachel McKenzie, 14; Caragh Scott, 13; Nicole Peline, 14; Lucy McBride, 14; Chloe Malone, 12; Courtney Brown, 12; Jeniffer Gunn, 12, will star in the final.
Angela McCallum, 32, from Pollok is principal teacher at Dancebeat and choreographed the Pirates' dance.
The group fundraised to take all the youngsters from the dance school, which covers Nitshill, Pollok and Darnley, to France.
Angela said: "Some of the girls have been coming since they were a lot younger.
"Since the Paris thing they have been really into it, just desperate to perform any time they can."
The Pirates train at St Bernard's Primary during the week and at Pollok Leisure Centre on Saturdays.
The 11-strong group filmed the video – submitted for Star Turn – on the school's pitches.
Paige said of the Grand Final, adding: "We have done many performances but this one is the biggest so far - being in the paper, meeting celebrity judges, getting to perform in lots of places if we win, its great.
"The Evening Times said they hope that the winner becomes as big as the likes of Diversity and if that were to happen to us then it's like the perfect dream.
"The experience alone is amazing. We've got this far in a huge competition and I'm so proud of us and the teachers."
Robyn, 15, added: "We hope to show the judges something unique in the final. I can't wait."
AT the age of 10 she entered her first talent competition at St Paul's Primary in Tollcross.
And ever since ELISSA CRORKEN, 19, has had the singing bug.
The Sandyhills girl is a big Beyonce fan, and chose the song that won her a slot in the final – At Last – because of the diva's version.
But Elissa's place in the competition came as a surprise to her.
Her mum, Ann, 52, aunt Laurie, 48 and cousin, Amy, 19, filmed her performing at the Horse Shoe Bar in the city centre, and entered her to Star Turn 2012.
Elissa was taking part in another talent competition at the pub in February, in which she placed second.
She said: "I just love singing, and music, I get a buzz from it. I like to sing Motown and soul stuff but I love Beyonce.
"My mum and my auntie and my cousin put my name forward and I didn't know I was in the paper until I opened it.
"It was a surprise. They put it in and I didn't even realise. 'At last' is my favourite song ever – that is the kind of music I like."
Elissa has just completed a childcare course at Langside College, but hopes to carve out a career in the music industry.
She lives with her mum, dad, Tony, 52, and brother David, 22.
Elissa said she was nervous about the Grand Final.
She said: "I have never done anything as big as this before, it has just been wee shows in school and stuff.
"I think the judges will be looking for somebody bubbly."
HER passion for the performance has inspired her to strive for a career as a singer.
But if she can't do that, GABY HUMPHRIES fancies herself as a forensic scientist.
The 13-year-old first found out she could sing at the age of seven, when her dance teacher told her mum she had a good voice.
Since then she has developed a love for singers like Adele, who inspire her to aim for new heights.
For her audition video Gaby chose One and Only by Adele, a song she says is "beautiful".
She said: "I just love to perform and be on stage, the energy you get from being on stage and the buzz from it is amazing.
"Adele is one of my favourite performers because she has an amazing voice and she is British as well, but I like Rihanna and Beyonce and Jessie J as well."
Gaby, who lives with mum, June, 43, and dad Robert, 45, in Lochwinnoch, was "surprised" to make the top 11.
So surprised in fact, that her mum had already booked plane tickets to go and see her sister Chloe, 22, who lives in Lanzarote.
But they cancelled the tickets and now Chloe is coming to support her little sister in the Grand Final.
Gaby said: "I was really surprised because my mum had already booked flights to go on holiday to see my big sister in Lanzarote and then we had to cancel them when I found out I was in the final.
"I am surprised how much support I have. It feels amazing knowing that there are people who believe in my voice and want to hear my voice.
"I am a bit nervous but I am excited."
She reckons the judges will be looking for a good performance and "personality".
Although Gaby hopes to make it in the music world, she is fascinated by forensics.
She said: "I would love a future in music but if that didn't work I'd like to be a forensic scientist. "
EVERY night he practises playing complicated pieces and improvising on his guitar.
And BRANDON BROWN'S dedication is paying off.
The 15-year-old Calderside Academy pupil won his place in the Grand Final with a track written by his favourite artist, John Petrucci.
Brandon, of Burnbank, Hamilton, first picked up a guitar when eight.
He said: "I saw a Status Quo DVD and I saw the two front people on guitars and I thought it would be a cool instrument to play."
Brandon entered Star Turn to get more performance experience and he said: "I would like to pursue a career in music. I thought it would be quite a good way to put myself out there."
Brandon, who lives with twin brother Aidan, mum Hazel, and step dad Robert Straiton, loves heavy rock and instrumental guitar music.
He said of his number: "I thought it was catchy and it has a Scottish twang to it, it is called 'Glasgow Kiss' so it is quite appropriate.
"I really like it. I had to shorten it a bit because it was seven minutes long ."
On being in the top 11 he declared: "I am really quite excited about it, I didn't expect to get this far. I am really nervous but I will do my best."
TICKETS for the city's hottest talent show are flying off the shelves.
So grab your seat at the first Glasgow's Star Turn grand final in the Old Fruitmarket on Monday July 30.
Hosted by Clyde 1's Knoxy, the show will feature the top 11 acts, as voted for by Evening Times readers.
They will perform in front of celebrity judges – former pop idol winner and Evening Times columnist Michelle McManus, panto star Dean Park, comedian Sanjeev Kohli and newsreader Catriona Shearer.
Tickets are £10 for adults and £7.50 for concessions.
A family ticket is also available at £30.
For more information or to book, telephone 0141 353 8000 or visit: www.glasgowconcerthalls.com