Britain’s Got Talent winners are Attraction, the Hungarian shadow-theatre company that won everyone’s hearts with their tear-jerking performances. In the 2013 BGT final they delivered a Great British history montage so it’s really no surprise they won the show!
Simon Cowell got egged on 2013 BGT final! A woman started throwing eggs at him during the performance of opera singing brothers Richard and Adam. It seems that she was an orchestra member?! Cowell had to remove his jacket and was left with yolk on his shirt, but otherwise seemed unfazed by the attack. Sadly for Richard and Adam, the egg thrower managed to completely upstage their performance. The egging occurs at the 1:50 mark in the video below:
Britain’s Got Talent semi-final saw another heartwarming performance from the Attraction. This time the Hungarian shadow-theatre company that brought everyone to tears in the auditions told the story of love – a mother’s love and a romantic love.
Arisxandra Libantino got through Britain’s Got Talent semi-final with flying colors by singing Whitney Houston’s ‘I Have Nothing’. That’s quite a voice for an 11-year-old girl!
Aaron Crow performed another dangerous stunt on Britain’s Got Talent last night. In semi-final he used a bow to shoot an arrow through the apple on top of presenter Dec Donnelly’s head. It was good, but it wasn’t enough for the BGT 2013 final.
Soul singer Rosie O’Sullivan impressed the judges of Britain’s Got Talent with her cover of James Brown‘s ‘It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World’. Definitely the best performance on last night’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions:
From last night’s Britain’s Got Talent, Simon Cowell kisses Amanda Holden’s ass while 71-year-old Kelly Fox sings ‘Kiss My Ass Baby’ by the All Purpose Blues Band.
Robbie Kennedy got off to a bad start on Britain’s Got Talent, but his audition took a turn for the better when he started singing Iris by The Goo Goo Dolls. Turns out he has quite a voice on him. Watch his emotional performance in the video below:
London quartet Luminites impressed the judges of Britain’s Got Talent with their cover of Millie Jackson’s ‘Hurts So Good’. Probably the best performance on last night’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions:
‘Mentalist’ Aaron Crow performed a dangerous act on Britain’s Got Talent that got the judges on the edge of their seats. He used a huge sword to cut a pineapple which was balanced on top of presenter Ant McPartlin’s head – all while being blindfolded!