Britain’s Got Talent
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!
It’s been revealed today that last night, a whopping 11.7 million of us tuned in to the second edition of this year’s Britain’s Britain’s Got Talent, which equates to over half of the available TV audience during the show’s Saturday night timeslot.
If you’re anything like me, when magician Jamie Raven auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon, which we saw during last night’s show, you would have been staring at the screen like a slack-jawed yokel as he pulled off simply inexplicable card tricks.
During last night’s edition of Britain’s Got Talent, viewers saw amazing dance crew Boyband wowing the judges and the audience with their just stunning routine.
To make up for the absolute hilarious disaster that was Jeffrey, next up is Jamie Raven who is also a magician.
Now, we know that Simon Cowell doesn’t really like magic, so to have one magic act at the back of another probably wasn’t the best idea.
Up now to try to impress the judges and the audience is 73-year-old handyman, Jeffrey Drayton.
Jeffrey’s act combines magic, skating and his puppet Chantelle. Sounds like a recipie for disaster, doesn’t it?
The show has hit quite a new low tonight with the last few acts clowning around, but it is up to Boyband to try and lift the spirits this evening.
They did exactly that and more besides as they became Ant & Dec’s Golden Buzzer act, but they have quite an odd name.
Britain’s Got Talent: The Absurdist Pipe Band, Hayley Pyke & Arlene and Doug stun for all the wrong reasons!
Things just didn’t get better on the Britain’s Got Talent stage following Acqua Jane and Delores as the acts continued to clown around.
Up next was ‘The Absurdist Pipe Band’, made up of Rob, Kieran, and Steven who are a group of bagpipe players.
Next up are folk singing duo, Acqua Jane and Delores. Their pair recently joined forces to form one of – what they think is – the best folk duos around.
The pair decided to go down the risky route and perform an original song titled ‘You Defrost My Heart at a Million Degrees’ for the judges, but just how did they get on?
Britain’s Got Talent 2015: Jesse Jane McParland impresses with her spectacular martial arts routine!
Jesse Jane McParland was the first up on tonight’s show, Jesse is a 9 year old from Northern Ireland, and she has some pretty impressive tricks up her sleeve.
Jesse looked all sweet and innocent in the middle of the stage until she unleashed her martial arts on the audience.