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Britain’s Got Talent – Week 7 recap

It’s the last week of auditions. Who impressed the judges?

Britain's Got Talent

This week was the last of the auditions before we get to the showdown of the competition, lets see what is in store:

First up was James More, aged 24 who auditioned first. He was a magician, who shocked the audience, the judges and even Ant and Dec with his sword trick! Wow, such an amazing trick! Well done James!

Freelusion were up next, and unique, as they were a glow in the dark act that no one has seen before. Let’s see if they can make it to the semi-finals.

Meat Diva were a duo who first of all silenced everyone in the room when the first song was sung, the Tina Turner song was then cheered, when the Meat Loaf impression came on with Cher, everyone thoroughly enjoyed, they cheered and laughed at the performances. The voting went three to one, making them go through to the next round and getting through to the live shows.

Gabz Gardiner aged 14 performed her own song that she wrote called ‘The One’. It went down really well with both the audience and the judges, they were clapping along too. The judges even applauded her at the end. She impressed all the judges and Simon said she was likeable. Well done Gabz for getting through to the live shows.

And that’s the auditions over, it is now decision time for who makes it through to the live semi-finals. Has your favourite made it through?

It is Judgement day. The Diving team didn’t make it through, which was a shock, as a lot of people liked them. A good variety of dance troops of all ages made it through to the live shows, both the extremely good impressionists got through – which only means an impressionist battle. 14-year-old Gabz made it through also, that is just a few of the acts that made it through to the live semi final shows. We are looking forward to how all the acts step up their games.

Tune in Monday at 7:30pm for the first round of the semi-final show.

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