The Britain’s Got Talent train keeps chugging along towards the finale as we move through the semi-finalists. Tonight we had a man with the voice of an angel, a seriously funny song parody guy, and a gospel choir. Sounds like my average Saturday night.
The acrobatic/magic troupe took to the stage to do their thing. I have to agree with Simon that the acrobatics were much much better than the magic. Maybe they should just stick to that? They did not move forward.
DMU Gospel Choir
I didn’t even know Gospel music was a thing in England but I guess it is. They took us to church and got those cold, emotionless Brits out of their chairs. Unfortunately, they did not go on to the next round.
Marc is doing something that is really unique: magic that makes you feel something. The judges and the audiences loved him, but there can be only two moving forward and it isn’t him.
Umm…OK. I guess this counts as an act in Japan. He basically takes off all his clothes and places a strategically placed hanky and cup on his naughty bits and then has a drone take the hanky away. So…that happened. He did not proceed in the competition.
If you told me that a swing version of Blackstreet’s No Diggity would be so awesome, I would have said you were nuts. But no, it was really really good. He won’t go into the next round but he’s still impressive.
This interesting gentleman did the next to impossible: made up parody songs that were actually really, really funny. They were particularly great because they were making fun of the judges. He swiftly made it through to the finals.
This dance team includes a young woman named Hollie who was injured terribly in the Manchester Bomb attacks and her aunt was killed. But they have skills and are super inspiring. They didn’t go on to the next round but they made all of the UK cry.
Gryffindor…er…Gruffydd Wyn has an outstanding voice and could very well win the whole shebang. He went to the finals.