Britain's Got Talent auditions feature magic moments
The second show of auditions features some pure magic, dazzling dancing and, yes, more superb singing
Best friends Katy and Paul added drama to David Walliams' judging with their aerial dance act. And they swung through to the next round.
Amanda Holden thought magician and soldier Richard Jones was Number One. And he was definitely David's cup of tea. 4 yeses.
Mexican juggler Roberto Carlos was buzzed by Simon Cowell but David thought he was very BGT… And Simon agreed in the end and removed his buzzer. 4 yeses.
Jon Hebden performed what he called "bizarre magic". But Amanda didn't think he was headed for success. And the other judges agreed.
"You have just blown the roof off," Alesha Dixon told The 100 Voices of Gospel… And she smacked the Golden Buzzer just ahead of Simon.
Fourteen-year-old Jack Higgins danced with "real passion" said David. And all of the judges felt it. 4 yeses.
Magician Mel Harvey, 73, sent Simon on a trip down memory lane. And it wasn't one he enjoyed. 4 nos
Jake Rothman designs electronic musical instruments and played one for the judges, making Alesha wince. A resounding 4 nos.
Polish dance group Fair Play Crew prompted Simon to comment on the worldwide appeal of Britain's Got Talent…and they got through.
Magician Jim Everett was confident that he had a trick that would make David, in particular, press the Golden Buzzer… He didn't.
Dance troupe Another Kind of Blue blew Simon away. "There are moments when you believe you're in the air with them. Genius," he said. And they flew through.
"I was not expecting this singing voice," said David when cockney-sounding Wayne Woodward sang The Way You Look Tonight. 4 yeses.
One-man-band-on-stilts Bill Brookman appealed to the crazy side of David. But Simon buzzed after his first note. He still got three yeses, though.
Student Jacob Hirst, 21, stunned the judges when he started singing Nessun Dorma. "You're still studying, right?" Alesha asked. 4 nos.
"It doesn't get much worse than that," said Simon to Bridie the dancing The Tea Lady. And he didn't mean her tea. Britain's Got Talent continues on ITV, Saturday, April 23, 8.00pm.
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