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Britain’s Got Talent – Week 4 recap

It’s the fourth week of Britain’s Got Talent – who will get through?

Britain's Got Talent

This week was pretty average for talent, lets have a recap:

Stuart and Mark, also known as ‘Bosum buddies’ took the stage first shocked everyone with their singing; we were surely not expecting that from these two average blokes! Simon really didn’t know what to make of what was going on! This was a totally unique act that everyone was definitely not expecting. David commented saying that it was ‘beautiful and moving’. Well done lads for getting through!

Then there was DJ Sexy Scott who got the crowd dancing along to his routine, and Ant and Dec decided that they wanted to join in, so they danced onto the stage and copied him.. The judges loved it too; dancing along to the routine in time with DJ Sexy Scott. We loved the acts that everyone can join in with, even you Simon!

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Martin and Marielle were the duo lift act who were able to impress by the lifting and throwing about that they did, the crowd totally loved it and were cheering at every lift! This was such a unique act that got a standing ovation including ll the judges too. Alesha commented saying it was ‘mesmerizing’. Simon also commented saying that it was one of the best things he has seen on the show, well done for getting through, cannot wait to see what they do next!

Girl dance troop Shockarellas brought something different to dance with their unique glasses and their urban type of dancing; Simon liked them also and put them through. J-Unitv were a duo that brought something new with the singing and comedy elements during the audition. Amanda tried to talk gangsta by saying ‘you’ve got four yes’s bro’.

MickNasty who’s brother is Labrinth drummed and DJ at the same time brought something totally unique to the table, everyone was dancing around to his DJing and drumming. I can see him bringing some new music out that would fit in with the charts

Thomas Bounce who was a bounce juggler impressed the audience with his skills, not so much the judges. It is something that you don’t see every day. He was only put through purely because Alesha didn’t want a ball thrown at her.

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Finally, the end audition was Alex Keirl, silenced the judges and kept them interested with his unique and powerful voice. Even Simon smiled whilst he was singing! The crowd loved him, Amanda and David gave him a standing ovation too. David commented saying that he hoped he can go all the way in this competition. Well done Alex, cannot wait to hear you again.

Britain’s Got Talent continues next Saturday on ITV.

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