Most of the families across the country, watch Britain’s Got Talent and start plotting so that they can impress Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams and may be win the coveted title.
This year, the show started on an emotional note when one saw Survivor Laurie, fifty nine, sing along with his sons, a decade after surviving a massive heart attack.
The entire family performed at the Birmingham auditions, to fulfil his dream of them all singing on stage together as a family.
With their dashing good looks and charm, these Birmingham brothers not only impressed the judges but also the television audiences.This year the judges have been greeted with a mixture of the crazy and fantastic acts that range from a family of singers to a juggling unicyclist.
Aaron Marshall, a twenty year old singer from Bristol gave a unique vocal performance of the notorious Disney song Let it Go but failed to impress judge Amanda Holden with his unique style vocals.
One also saw a female group, Georgie, Katie, Rosie, and Enola, perform a Disney classic with presenting their version of Part of Your World from the Little Mermaid.
Next up, juggler Peter Lambert dazzled the audience with his variety act. The holiday park entertainer came on the show seeking the bright lights of Las Vegas.
He was followed by a fifteen year old contemporary dancer Jonathan Lutwyche, from Gibraltar, entranced both the judges and the audience with his passionate performance featuring graceful flips and spins.
He swept the board and went through to the next round with four yes votes.
All in all this year, the talent has been varied and better than what we have seen so far and as far as the judges go, well we just love them.
Britain’s Got Talent that premiered in June 2007, is in it's nine season and is all about singers, dancers, comedians, variety, and unusual talents of...2.5