Fans of Britain’s Got Talent will no doubt remember impressionist and comedian Philip Green, who featured in the last series of the hit ITV show, but unfortunately he left the contest during the first round of semi-finals…
We met up with Phil in London – which you can read about here – after his first audition wowed the judges, Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden, and at the time, there was adulation all around, but evidently that soon changed and the talented mimic was inundated with hate-filled messages on social networking sites. Read on »
When we met and interviewed Britain’s Got Talent hopeful Phillip Green a couple of weeks ago, he told us that he had some ideas about what impressions he would do if he got through to the next stage of the show…
And as we saw in last night’s edition of BGT, he was among just 45 acts who are indeed going through to the semi-finals, which begin tonight on ITV1.
And it’s been revealed by The Sun’s TV Biz that Phillip has taken the “risky” decision to mimic one of the BGT judges during his performance, however, he’s keeping tight lipped about whether it will be Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams or Alesha Dixon. Read on »
As regular readers of Unreality TV will know, earlier this week, I met up with lovely Britain’s Got Talent star Phillip Green, who of course had the judges and the audience in stitches with his madcap variety of humour and impersonations during his audition.
And during our interview at BGT headquarters in London, I asked Phillip what he would do with the prize money of £250,000 if he were to win the show.
He said, “Oh I’d roll around in it! I’d put it on the floor and just roll around in it like it was a big bed of cash!” Read on »
Earlier this week, we met with Britain’s Got Talent star Phillip Green at the show’s headquarters in London, and during the interview, I asked Phillip if he has a new routine prepared for the next stages of BGT…
He replied, “No I’m just going to go with the flow and see what happens…”
He added, “But that said I’ve got my discs in my car that I listen to. They’re 16 minute recordings of people like Lorraine Kelly that I listen to just so I can rehearse and get it perfect to really nail it.” Read on »
Yesterday, we met with the very charming Phillip Green, who of course won the hearts of the Britain’s Got Talent judges and audience with his hugely funny audition, which aired last Saturday…
And during the interview, I asked Phillip about a media report over the weekend that indicated he’d decided to try out for BGT following encouragement from former winner, George Sampson.
Phillip began by explaining that he and George met when they were both starring in panto in Derby, with Phillip being a dancer on the show while George played the role of Peter Pan. Read on »
This morning, we met with Britain’s Got Talent star Phillip Green, who of course wowed the judges and the audience with his audition, which we saw last Saturday…
And today, I met with him shortly after he appeared on Daybreak, and the first thing that struck me about Phillip was his boundless energy! Which considering he must’ve been up exceptionally early this morning was quite remarkable.
But of course, we saw some of that during his audition, and I can tell you that he’s just as much a ball of nervous energy in real life as he was on stage. And he’s extremely charming to boot! Read on »
During last night’s latest edition of Britain’s Got Talent, we saw impressionist Phillip Green wowing the audience and the judges – he even got a giggle out of Simon Cowell, who historically cracks a smile about as often as Noddy changes his clothes – with his madcap routine of impersonations…
However, he had the judges roaring with laughter even before he began his performance as he nervously gurned and wriggled on stage.
But Phillip’s seemingly joyous persona on stage hides the heartache of having been the victim of bullies during his younger years, and of having suffered crippling panic attacks since. Read on »