Week 3 of the Britain's Got Talent auditions includes another choir, two impressionists, acrobats and a world record-holding strong act
Flames everywhere and a dancing dinosaur in Bespoke Candi's act confused Alesha Dixon. But Simon Cowell loved them. 3 yeses.
David Walliams said impressionist Craig Ball was "brilliant" the way he performed Wrecking Ball with help from Peter in Family Guy and others. And the other judges agreed.
Balance used dance for his impressions, which included former BGT contestant Susan Boyle. And the judges loved it.
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Presentation School Choir didn't get the Golden Buzzer, as The 100 Voices of Gospel did last week. But they did get 4 yeses.
Married Chris and Lisa Pitman declared themselves to be "the world's most powerful couple", and smashed roof tiles. They smashed it with the judges, too.
Acrobats Dmitry and Ksenila also flexed their muscles – and David wondered what they got up to behind closed doors… So Dmitry showed him some hip thrusts. Eeeew! 3 yeses. Simon not keen.
Married couple Ian and Anne Marshall sang Beyoncé's Crazy In Love to show how they feel about each other. And David Walliams hit the Golden Buzzer to show how he felt about them.
Ruby Murry was a drag act who sang opera. "If only Pavarotti had dressed like that," said David Walliams, as Ruby sang Nessun Dorma. "You're a fantastic singer." 4 yeses.
Kathleen Jenkins had the audience on their feet when she sang Wild Horses…and all of the judges. See what Simon said about her here.
Hoop dancer Geoffrey Payne had the judges united in their decision about his performance… He got 4 nos.
Colin Henry wanted to show off his piano-playing skills – but not just sitting at the piano…
Colin also played the piano standing on his head. "I didn't see that coming!" said Alesha Dixon. But all the judges saw Colin through to the next round.
"I can't guess what you're going to do," David Walliams told Elvis impersonator Steve Singh…And he didn't do it well enough to get through.
Amanda Holden and David Walliams agreed that Emma Winter's singing voice was "sweet". But not sweet enough. Britain's Got Talent continues on ITV, Saturday, April 23, 8.00pm.
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