Last night, Britain’s Got Talent viewers saw Amanda Holden using her Golden Buzzer shot to put choir Revelation Avenue straight through to the show’s live rounds after she and fellow judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon were wowed by their performance of Katy Perry’s hit, Roar.
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It’s the return of Britain’s Got Talent! For the 2014 series, Simon Cowell returns, joined by Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and loveable Little Britain star David Walliams!
In last night’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent, viewers met pooch Princess, who her owner Krystyna Lennon introduced as Hypnodog…
Hot on the heels of the success of their debut No.1 album, last year’s Britain’s Got Talent winners Collabro are to release a new album on June 1st which is entitled ‘Act Two’.
On tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent show, after Krystyna Lennon and her hypno-dog, a German Spitz called Princess, perform their hypnosis double-act on audience members and Ant & Dec, they then attempt to hypnotise Simon Cowell. One of those acts goes really well….the other is a total flop.
Speaking to the team before her tryout Krystyna admitted:
“I want to be the next Paul McKenna. I am actually only one half of the act. I am the assistant, I have a master hypnotiser.”
Isaac Waddington, a 15 year old schoolboy from Portsmouth is set to make quite the splash on tonight’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent and his audition is one you’r not going to want to miss!
The handsome teenager sings and plays the piano to Billy Joel’s ‘She’s Always a Woman To Me’ and before performing for the panel he reveals:
“I live at home with my dad and mum and brother and sister. Me and my brother Jack are really close because we both love music……I would love to make my family proud today.”
Lisa Sampson makes her TV debut on tonight’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent and it’s a pretty memorable performance she puts on.
The 35 year self-taught old hula hoop instructor and mum from West Sussex, impresses judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams with her energetic, multi-hooped routine.
30 year old singer Paul Manners may not have impressed Simon Cowell very much when he auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent earlier this year but luckily for him, David Walliams was a huge fan.
The wannabe claims to have many celebrity fans and his big claim to fame is the fact that he played at Peter Andre’s brother’s wedding in Cyrpus. However, even with all these accolades, Cowell still didn’t rave over his self penned song and self produced dance track.
He blasted Paul saying: “The song was horrific and you forgot the words to your own song. He is so annoying.”
Cowell was aghast when David admitted to loving the tune but when the Little Britain star insisted the song could be a chart topping hit, he was challenged to put his money where his mouth is and sign Manners to his own new label.
David agreed, after first admitting that he has no clue what it costs to release and promote a single, but Simon assured Paul he would look out for him after the show, laughing:
“Well done Paul, you have a record deal. I will make sure you get the best of everything from DWR [David Walliams Records].”
Tune into Britain’t Got Talent tonight at 8pm to see if Paul also managed to win himself a spot in the next round of the show, or if this recording contract is his only hope of finding stardom!
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IMD Legion, a 25 piece dance crew from East London made up of 9-18 years olds impress the judges with their slick routine on tonight’s episode of Britain’s Got Talent.
Before performing for the panel the group explain some of their back story and explained to the team:
“On Britain’s Got Talent the standard for dancing has been set pretty high, so it is up to us to raise it. …Growing up as a teenager in London is pretty tough. Because I had IMD after school I didn’t go out with my friends late at night. I don’ go get drunk and do the typical teenage thing.”
Another member of the crew added: