Posted by: rowenawilcox | April 17, 2010

Has Britain Got Talent?

Weird, wacky and wonderful acts are embraced on ITV1’s smash entertainment show and as this year’s series has just kicked off, here is the low down on the acts so far.

A parrot eating mashed potato, Michael Lavender taking us on a journey through the jungle by making animal sounds and Tina with Chandi the dog tick the weird box.

Persephone playing a teapot with a garden hose, Double Take with their tambourine, err, I mean timbrel, and dancer Tobias Mead have the wacky box covered.

Lastly, 10-year- old Chloe Hickinbottom who sang Dame Vera Lynn’s ‘White Cliffs of Dover’, drummer Kieran Gaffney and not forgetting Kevin Cruise with his Jane McDonald t-shirt all tick the wonderful box.

If this episode is anything to go by, we have lots more delights and disasters to look forward to.

Britain possibly, maybe, sometimes has talent after all.

Become the fourth judge and take a peek at the clips below. 

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