The third “Britain’s Got Talent” live performance show has come and gone (check out our review here), and now comes the real question — did the public votes in the way in which you would expect? Considering that this was one of the more bizarre shows of the year, anything can happen.
Before we get to the results, we have to first laugh at the fact that there was an “inadvertent buzz” during the performance by LMFAO — which is probably what some people at home wanted to do, anyway (even if we find them — or he, in this case, since SkyBlu wasn’t there due to a back injury — to be great fun). Dear judges — don’t push the red button!
Now, let’s turn to the actual voting.
Britain’s favorite – The Loveable Rogues. We thought for sure that the public was going to select Molly Rainford as their overall favorite — but instead, they opted for this fun, energetic, and creative band that Simon Cowell may sign whenever they are done with this copetition.
The judges’ pick – Really, this was a tough choice between Molly and the Twist & Pulse Dance Company. David “went with his heart” and selected Molly, while the former “Strictly” judge selected (go figure) the dance company. Amanda also went with the dance crew, and Simon ultimately sent the entire ordeal to deadlock.
With this in mind, the vote was sent back to the British public, and they made the right choice in keeping an extraordinarily talented young girl.
Do you think that Britain and the judges made the right decision — and do you buy that the LMFAO buzz was on accident?