The Glasgow-based dance troupe are in the city for the live final of Sky 1's Got To Dance on Sunday evening and are hoping to become the first Scottish act to win the £250,000 first prize.
They have just finished touring dozens of Glasgow schools, plus shopping centres and a radio station, to drum up support for the final at the Kensington Olympia, which will be seen by millions of TV viewers.
As reported earlier, the girls – Holly McPherson, 10, from Clydebank, Cara Paton, of Old Kilpatrick, Jay Carr, from Renfrew, Jo Dempsey, of Stepps, and Skye Seager, from Partick, all 11 – have been rehearsing their final routine for weeks at Dancepoint Musical Theatre School's studios in Laurieston, Glasgow.
Before they left for London, pupils competing in the annual East Dunbartonshire Dance Festival at Bearsden Academy were impressed as the girls performed their semi-final routine to Wings by Little Mix.
The 300 participating students, drawn from eight secondary schools, were able to question the girls on their routines ... and their Beyonce-inspired afro hair styles.
PE teacher Rachel Nelson, said: "They are incredible for such tiny people – they can do some amazing things."
Posters encouraging the public to vote for Mini Moves have appeared on railings and lamp-posts all over Glasgow. They are also leading an online poll based on which act fans expect to win the fourth series of the show, which is hosted by Davina McCall.
All 10 finalists, including Gymtasia Evolution from Fife, will perform a new routine for the final. The top three acts, as decided by the public vote, will then dance one more routine before the winning act is crowned.
It's the third visit to London for Jay Carr, who finished as a runner-up in two previous Dancepoint troupes that made the final of Got To Dance – The Box finished in the top three in 2010 and Fear Of The Unknown repeated the same feat in 2012.
Holly McPherson was also a member of The Box.
All three acts were founded by Glasgow-based choreographer Robert Hamilton.
Jay's mum, Kim, 37, said: "They're little professionals – they will go on and dance and then they get on with being wee girls.
"It's a great experience. If they win it or if they don't win it, the experience itself has been amazing."
n Got To Dance, Sky1, Sunday, 6pm. Votes cast online during the show are free, or cost 5p from a BT landline.