A dancing dog, ballroom dancers, opera stars and a Welsh choir. Who's next to make Saturdays Final?... let's find out, it's semi final number three.
Opening the show, we were treated to The Zimmers. How can you not love them? Ignore the negatives, they are harmless and fun.
Call Mulder and Scully...here come Area 51. It was well put together, visually stunning and I loved them. They won't win, but acts like this don't need to, being on national TV will change their lives, forever.
Ashley Elliot was third to perform and he is another act whose talent deserves a wider audience. Forget the buzzers mate. You are brilliant.
Young singer, Molly Rainford is phenomenal talent and her version of the Roxette classic It Must Have Been Love was fantastic. In the words of Louis Walsh, I liked it. Another big star in the making.
Lucky Franco bent over backwards to impress us. Literally. I just hope your kids were in bed.
I loved the Loveable Rogues first audition and I loved them even more this time around. I'm just annoyed that they will be signed by Simon...cause I want them on my books. I could watch and listen to them all day.
Not being rude but I can't remember seeing Honey Shazad's audition. She sang very well tonight though and I wish her well, but for me I totally agreed with Simon. Honey find a band, get some gigs and build up the confidence because your voice is stunning.
Moving on, the Twist and Pulse Dance Company busted some moves. It was energetic and it made me tired just watching them. Well done team. My concern is the dance team overkill. We will see.
Last up tonight was Dennis Egel... Are the buzzers broken? Standing ovation. Seriously? In the real world, it was not very good.
Now we wait for the result...
The winner of the public vote was the Loveable Rogues.
The two to face the judges vote were Molly Rainford and Twist and Pulse Dance Company.
Molly Rainford won on the public vote after the judges took it to deadlock.
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