The fourth week of auditions from the newest series of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ featured performances from contortionists to singers to choirs. The show is presented by duo Ant and Dec and Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams make up the Judges.
Here at CelebMix, we review some of our favourite auditions from the fourth week of auditions. Check them out below!
1. Harry Gardner (Singer-songwriter)
16 year old Harry Gardner stated he had entered the show because he wanted to ‘share his music with other people and see if they can relate.’ He performed an original and incredibly moving song titled ‘Not Alone,’ written as a tribute to his Nan, who unfortunately suffers from Alzheimer’s. Simon said that Harry’s audition was one he would remember because it was genuine and portrayed Harry’s songwriting talent.
2. ‘Perfect Pitch Creation’ (Choir)
The ‘Perfect Pitch Creation’ – made up of members ranging from the ages of 8 to 14 – impressed the Judges with their performance of two classic songs from famous movie ‘Jungle Book.’ Their happy, feel good and upbeat performance left the Judges and the audience with a smile on their face.
3. Grace and Ali (Dancers)
Dancers Grace and Ali went on to impress with their powerful and emotional routine to the song ‘Gravity.’ The duo came up with their own original choreography to the track. At the end of their routine, Simon went on to say ‘that was really impressive.’ We can’t wait to see more from them!
4. ‘Dizzy Twilight’ (DJ)
DJ ‘Dizzy Twilight’ surprised everyone with her DJ set, which managed to get many – including some of the Judges – up on their feet and dancing along! When commenting on her performance, Alesha said that she was ‘feeling the vibes that she was bringing upon the stage.’ She is through to the next round, and we cannot wait to see more from her – what can she possibly do next that can compare to her audition?!
5. ‘Angara Contortion’ (Contortonists)
‘Angara Contortion’ shocked everyone with an incredible routine, not only the Judges, but also the audience, as they twisted their bodies into painful positions. They received a standing ovation from the audience due to their impressive performance.
What was your favourite performance from the fourth week of auditions on ‘Britain’s Got Talent?’ Make sure you tweet us and let us know – we would love to hear your favourite audition from this week: @CelebMix.