Britain’s Got Talent returned to our screens last night and boy, weren’t we in for a treat?
Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden welcomed a fresh batch of talented hopefuls keen to perform for The Queen and her family at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
Proceedings however got off to a bizarre start as first through the door was comb-player Narinder Dhanni who was joined by the one and only Ant and Dec on stage.
Unsurprisingly, this ‘Comb-Player’ was immediately shown the door by the ENTIRE PANEL.
Simon – who recently tricked Amanda in to thinking she was going to be replaced by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini – and his fellow judges breathed a sigh of relief when freerunner Matt McCreary made his entrance by jumping from the balcony of the theatre and across the stage.
Matt’s unique talent scored him a unanimous yes vote and he hopped, skipped and of course jumped his way in to the next round of the competition.
Among other successful contestants were ‘extreme contortionist’ Magdalena Stilova, rollerskating siblings Billy and Emily England, Welsh-based 162-piece choir Ysgol Glanaethwy and 61-year-old Marc Metral who fulfilled the doggy-dog dreams of Simon Cowell when his beloved Pooch Wendy sung and talked his way in to the next round!
Make sure you tune in to the next episode on Saturday 18th April on ITV at the usual time of 8pm!