The Britain’s Got Talent auditions have wrapped up in London but it seems it’s been a big few weeks for singers on the show.
We’ve already brought you news of a boyband who impressed the judges, a young Irish duo who went down a storm, a teenage girl who wowed the audience and a handsome 18 year old crooner who enjoyed a very positive response.
It seems that Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon are big fans of the singing acts, as it’s been reported that girl group Primrose Hill also attracted rave reviews from the panel when they tried out for the ITV show.
The band are made up of three stunning 16 year olds – Rhiannon, Meisha & Evangeline – who have been singing together for the last five years. The girls met whilst still at school, instantly clicked and formed a band and from the comments on Twitter, it sounds like they must have perfected their act and songs perfectly.
They have already worked with writers and producers such as the White N3rd (Wretch 32, Loick Essien), Lucas Secon (Pussycat Dolls, The Wanted), Illionaires (fresh from providing the first single to new young rap crew The Rascals) and Will Simms (Nicki Minaj).
“The audience had only good things to say about the ladies after their performance and one tweeted:”
“@PrimroseHillHQ Saw your audition today girls! Well done! You were amazing! Good luck for the rest of the way! :)”
The girls seemed pretty excited themselves about how the day went and Rhiannon wrote:
“still recovering from the wonderful day we had on Sunday thanks to everyone @GotTalent #Rhiannon x”
“Thank you sooo much to everyone who came and supported us @GotTalent yesterday it meant the world to us! Xoxo”
“Also thank you to everyone who are rooting for us on twitter, wish you guys could have been there too! :* xoxo”
Cowell must have been glad to see some real talent on the stage, because it sounds like he’s had a bad week overall. He tweeted today saying that the week had seen some of the worst acts yet, writing:
“Have been filming britains got talent this week. Some great auditions. And some of the worst I have seen including a dancing raccoon.”
Britain’s Got Talent returns to our TV screens in April and acts that have shone so far this year include Bethan Horton, magician Ryan Hicks, Andrew Leigh Evans, Jack Duff and Cormac Connell and McKNasty.
Watch Primrose Hill perform and tell us if you think they’re good enough for the live shows in the comments section below.