The Auditions stage of ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ is nearing its completion, and this week again presented a variety of talent – with everything from singers to dance groups to skaters. We’ve seen all kinds of talent this series, and this episode did not disappoint. With Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams making up the Judging panel and duo Ant and Dec presenting, the episode proved why the show is still adored by the nation.
Here at CelebMix, we review some of our favourite auditions from the sixth week of auditions on ‘Britain’s Got Talent.’ Check them out below!
1. Kyle Tomlinson (Singer)
15 year old Kyle Tomlinson from Sheffield impressed the Judges and audience alike with his version of ‘Hallelujah.’ Kyle appeared on the show a few years ago, and David provided some constructive criticism, telling him that he should work along with a singing teacher. He clearly took his advice as his performance was phenomenal. Kyle impressed David so much that David hit his Golden Buzzer – meaning that Kyle has a place in the Live Semi Finals!
2. ‘ALLin Dance Crew’ (Dance Group)
The ‘ALLin Dance Crew’ said that they differed from other dance groups because ‘they are a different style of dance and give everything.’ Their performance made the audience gasp and cheer all at the same time. Their audition impressed the Judges so much that they received a standing ovation from Amanda Holden and David Walliams as well as the audience. We can’t wait to see what else they do!
3. ‘The Pensionaires’ (Duo)
‘The Pensionaires’ – made up of duo Henry and Mal – instantly had the likeability factor as soon as they stepped on the stage. They sang ‘You Make Me Feel So Young’ – impressing both the Judges and audience. Amanda said that their audition had made her feel very nostalgic, and she thought that it would ‘be a perfect thing to put in front of the Royal Family at the Royal Variety.’ What a compliment!
4. Leah Barniville (Singer)
14 year old singer Leah Barniville from Ireland gave an incredible classical singing performance! She had the Judges and the entire audience on their feet at the end of her performance. The song provided her with an opportunity to show off her incredible vocal abilities, and we can’t wait to see more from her in the next round!
5. ‘Coventry Dynamite’ (Cheerleading Group)
The ‘Coventry Dynamite’ cheerleading group had everyone on the edge of their seats due to their incredible moves. The group wanted to promote cheerleading, using their audition as an opportunity to showcase what cheerleading truly is about, saying that ‘the sky is the limit.’ We can’t wait to see what they bring to the show in the next round!
What was your favourite audition from Week 6 of the ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ auditions? Make sure you tweet us and let us know: @CelebMix.