Britain’s Got Talent Week 7 round-up

I did a quick round-up of weeks 1 and 2 together here, week 3’s round-up can be found here, for week 4’s round-up click here, for week 5’s round-up click this link and finally for week 6’s round-up click here.

NB: This post gives a quick explanation of the golden buzzer. Remember too that this is just my opinion and does not necessarily reflect the view of the act or ITV/ Britain’s Got Talent. If you haven’t seen the acts below I’m sure you can find them on ITV’s website, or the app if you are in the UK, if not use that trusty search engine (looks a bit like the word goggle) to see if you can find videos of them.

There were only a few auditions tonight, and of them my stand-out acts were:

Ellis Chick was a 12 year old who sang a Michael Buble number. He was a mini-me of David Walliams, and David got up to sing with him.

Sam Jones was a ventriloquist who used his voice for a little baby ventriloquist doll. He was funny as he also did impressions via the doll. His act was good as it provides variety.

Toju Okorodudu was a comedian who did have some funny impressions and funny comments but to me he was just okay, not the best I’ve seen but not the worst. There was only 3 judges but all of them and the crowd gave a standing ovation. Ant and Dec loved them so much that they pushed the golden buzzer.

Tonight part of the show was about who was making it through to the live semi-finals, which begin tomorrow night through to Thursday night and another on Saturday night. Of the acts through the ones I’m most looking forward to seeing in the live semi-finals are:

Countryvive
Light Balance
Paddy and Nico
Bolddog FMX Team
Innova
Kings and Queens
Patsy May
REAformed
Jack Pack
John Clegg
Bars and Melody
Kony Puppets
Sam Jones

I can’t wait for tomorrow night. What did you think of tonight’s auditions and decisions for the live semi-finals? Do you agree with the judges? Are you looking forward to the live shows? Leave your comments below.

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