Britain’s Got Talent

Molly Rainford blew the Judges away with her mature-beyond-her-years voice and lovely personality when she auditioned  for Britain’s Got Talent. Performing Jennifer Hudson hit For One Night Only, the 11-year-old stunned the audience with her pitch-perfect vocals and scored massive yeses from the whole panel.

Going straight through to the Semi Finals, Molly smashed it once again with her beautiful version of  Roxette classic It Must Have Been Love and, after a split Judges vote, sailed into the BGT Final thanks to the public support.

Cheeky chappies Loveable Rogues charmed the audience – and Judges – with their witty self-penned song Lovesick during the audition stage. The feel-good tune sent them through to the next round and caused a million crushes all over the country.

Singing the stupendously catchy song once more in the Semi Finals, our Lovesick lads came out tops and will compete in the BGT Final.

Ballroom sizzlers Kai and Natalia impressed the Judges with their fresh take on classic dances. Setting the stage alight with their energetic performance, the cha cha champions danced straight into the Semi Finals with four yeses.

After burning up the floor with a sexy routine set to rock number Are You Gonna Be My Girl, the Judges decided that the dancing duo was worthy of a place in the BGT Final.

Jonathan and Charlotte moved the Judges and BGT audience to tears with their beautiful opera-meets-pop audition. But Simon wasn’t sure if shy Jonathan wouldn’t be more successful without his singing partner, saying he was the more talented out of the two.

However, loyal Jonathan stood by his pal and the pair returned to the Semi Finals stronger than ever. After a powerful performance of Pavarotti’s Caruso, the inspiring students were voted through to the Final by the supportive public.

The paw-some duo that is Ashleigh and Pudsey charmed us from the word go with their incredible bond and out-of-this-world cuteness. After bringing the house down with their Flintstones-inspired audition, they went through to the Semi Finals with four massive yeses.

Stepping up their game for the first Live Show, the adorable pair wowed Judges and audience alike with yet another super sweet routine that saw Ashleigh and her four-legged friend dance, twirl and jump around the stage. And with the audience vote declaring them the most popular act of the night, they are straight through to the Final!

Welsh choir Only Boys Aloud are well and truly breathing new life into the world of choral music. They scored a massive four yeses with their inspiring and emotional audition in Birmingham.

The lovely lads wowed us once more with a rousing rendition of Welsh anthem Gwahoddiad in the Live Semi Finals. With the public’s support on their side, the 133 students are through to the Final

Sunday, 6 May 2012, 8:00PM – 10:00PM

Live semi-finals: 

Ant & Dec present the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent. 

Nine acts, all with their eye on the ultimate prize of £500,000 and a slot on the Royal Variety Performance, perform in front of a live studio audience and judges Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams. 

It is then up the viewers at home to choose which acts have what it takes to make it to final. 

 

Live semi-final 1/6: Sunday 6 May: 2000 – 2200 

Live semi-final 2/6:Monday 7 May : 1930 – 2100 (results 2130 – 2200) 

Live semi-final 3/6:Tuesday 8 May Live: 1930 – 2100 (results 2130 – 2200) 

Live semi-final 4/6:Wednesday 9 May: 1930 – 2100 (results 2130 – 2200) 

Live semi-final 5/6:Thursday 10 May: 1930 – 2100 (results 2130 – 2200) 

 

FINAL 6/6: – tbc. 

Saturday, 5 May 2012, 8:45PM – 10:15PM

TV’s hit entertainment show is back with a bang for a sixth series as 

Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden are joined by Alesha Dixon and David Walliams on a new-look judging panel.

Britain’s Got Talent is back on the road with the Judges trawling the length and breadth of the UK in search of Britain’s best talent.

Hosted by award-winning TV favourites Ant & Dec, Simon Cowell is joined on the exciting new panel by actor and comedian David Walliams; singer, songwriter and dancer Alesha Dixon; and returning Judge, Amanda Holden. 

This year the winner will not only have the opportunity to perform at the 2012 Royal Variety Performance, they will also receive a life changing £500,000 – £250,000 of which will come from Simon Cowell’s own pocket. 

Expect the unexpected on Britain’s Got Talent, anything goes from dance troupes to acrobats, magicians to comedians and dancing dogs to mind-blowing contortionists. The show is open to any performer of any age, from any background, with any talent – all they need is a skill and star quality which they think will impress the Judges. 

Britain’s Got Talent is a Thames/Syco Production for ITV1. 

Saturday, 28 April 2012, 8:30PM – 9:30PM

TV’s hit entertainment show is back with a bang for a sixth series as 

Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden are joined by Alesha Dixon and David Walliams on a new-look judging panel.

Britain’s Got Talent is back on the road with the Judges trawling the length and breadth of the UK in search of Britain’s best talent. 

Hosted by award-winning TV favourites Ant & Dec, Simon Cowell is joined on the exciting new panel by actor and comedian David Walliams; singer, songwriter and dancer Alesha Dixon; and returning Judge, Amanda Holden. 

This year the winner will not only have the opportunity to perform at the 2012 Royal Variety Performance, they will also receive a life changing £500,000 – £250,000 of which will come from Simon Cowell’s own pocket. 

Expect the unexpected on Britain’s Got Talent, anything goes from dance troupes to acrobats, magicians to comedians and dancing dogs to mind-blowing contortionists. The show is open to any performer of any age, from any background, with any talent – all they need is a skill and star quality which they think will impress the Judges. 

Britain’s Got Talent is a Thames/Syco Production for ITV1.

Saturday, 21 April 2012, 8:30PM – 9:45PM

TV’s hit entertainment show is back with a bang for a sixth series as 

Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden are joined by Alesha Dixon and David Walliams on a new-look judging panel.

Britain’s Got Talent is back on the road with the Judges trawling the length and breadth of the UK in search of Britain’s best talent. 

Hosted by award-winning TV favourites Ant & Dec, Simon Cowell is joined on the exciting new panel by actor and comedian David Walliams; singer, songwriter and dancer Alesha Dixon; and returning Judge, Amanda Holden. 

This year the winner will not only have the opportunity to perform at the 2012 Royal Variety Performance, they will also receive a life changing £500,000 – £250,000 of which will come from Simon Cowell’s own pocket. 

Expect the unexpected on Britain’s Got Talent, anything goes from dance troupes to acrobats, magicians to comedians and dancing dogs to mind-blowing contortionists. The show is open to any performer of any age, from any background, with any talent – all they need is a skill and star quality which they think will impress the Judges. 

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