This week’s show had true variety!
First up were Jack and Cormac aged 13 and 14. The audience loved them and gave them a standing ovation! These two boys at that age singing and playing the guitar that well! Simon liked their choice of music, which is a first! Well done boys for getting through.
Phil W Green, the comedy impressionist made the judges laugh and smile with his impressions of Natalie Cassidy, Stacey Solomon, Lorraine, Kim and Aggie and Louie Spence. Amanda and Alesha Dixon were smiling and laughing from the moment he came on the stage. As Amanda said he was making them laugh before he even started which is a really good thing. Simon also commented saying he was a naturally funny guy, bonkers but he liked that about him. Congratulations Phil, see you in the next round!
Third up were a dance troop called MD. The audience were cheering them all the way through the audition, David Walliams thought it was fierce, Simon did not love this new version of the group… but they got through with three votes.
Kelly Fox, aged 71 shocked the crowd with her choice of song but the audience were singing along, even Simon was singing along to the ‘Kiss My Ass’ song, she even put a smile on his face. Simon commented saying he is going to remember her and that he was an inspiration. Well done Kelly for getting through to the next round.
Next were dance troop ‘Pre-Skool’ who danced their way into the audiences and judges hearts looking so cute and committed dancing their hearts away! Well done, we need some cute kids in the competition, and now we have some!
Youth Creation showed that they deserved to be in this competition with their unique synchronised dancing; Simon said they had confidence which made them special.
And finally, to round off this week was Rosie ‘O Sullivan, who was looking to get a confidence boost from Britain’s Got Talent, and the judges loved her voice, and believe that they haven’t seen her full range of singing.