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Britans Got Talent Episode 2 Auditions

Sunday, 24 April 2011

So we are back again this week taking in all the weird and wonderful as Britain's Got Talent rolls into Birmingham, Glasgow and London.  The first week we did not get to many crack pots, and I am happy to report that this week was largely the same apart from one lady who wants to be a stand up comedian.  Other than that we had a great impressionist and a dog that can "sing" opera, the biggest laugh of the night would come from the Hoff who found the accent's a little difficult to pick up.

Let's start with the good, now turns up Neo from the Matrix now lives in Manchester and he decided to show up at this years auditions to show us that he is in fact the one, now you are sitting thinking this guy is either going to be awesome or complete rubbish turning up dressed like he's about to take on an agent of the system.  Razy Gogonea then ran onto the stage with he knees and showed he the whole of the UK a great lesson in beat popping, at least I think that's what they call it, never been one for dancing I've got two left feet.

Like I say there where a few good one on the show last night, and like anyone I like a good impressionist, this guy Les Gibson shows up on the auditions and good for him he has been working as a professional impressionist for years now and for me he is one of those guys ho just did not get the break he needed, maybe this will be it.  For my American readers they wont know who Kevin Webster or Ross Kemp are so click their names to find out.

Now for the bad, this lady is currently in college training to be a cook, turns out in her spare time she fancies herself as a bit of a comedienne.  Now as you know to be a comedian especially a stand up you need a personality and the ability to deliver a joke without labouring the point to much, so if that has inspired you then check out Elaine Williams from last nights auditions, oh yeah one thing I forgot to mention don't tell the audience to "F**K OF".

The ugly this week comes from Micky Gooch, now his act was not bad.  Ok it's not that entertaining but I think if Bruce Lee had been on the judging panel he may well have gone through to the next round, check out the video below and let me know what you think.

I of course don't have time to go through them all, but like I mentioned above this weeks show did showcase a opera singing dog, and also a guy who put a great spin on a nursery rhyme in the form of Snow Patrol.  Check them out via the links

If you liked this then why not check out my week 1 auditions post, or if you are in the mood for something a little more sensible then check out whats new in the cinemas this week.


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