Tuesday night’s “Britain’s Got Talent” is the third one this week, and it’s one of the more interesting ones to boot. You’ve got singers, dancers, Stormtrooper dancers, and some more unique acts all vying for a spot in the final. So far, Alex Magala is the only non-singer in the group, so we’re hoping that there is a competitive show that preserves some of the variety of this show … even if we do really like one singer performing soon.
Take a look at the full lineup below!
Boogie Storm – Remember the dancing Stormtroopers that Simon Cowell so badly wanted? Well, these are them! They were sensational during the audition round, but how much of that was due to the fact that they were such a surprise? Now that we’ve seen them, there is a little bit of the appeal that is gone.
Flying Bebop – Apparently, this is what happens when you combine dance with remote-controlled aerial devices. It’s bizarre, but hey, sometimes this show is a real celebration of the bizarre. That is why the producers are probably happy that Alex Magala managed to make it to the live show.
Jack Higgins – The young ballet dancer has overcome bullying and other early struggles to become a fan favorite, but will he be able to impress on Tuesday? We feel like he is going to face a much more crowded field than before.
Josh Curnow – Our favorite singer from the first round. He legitimately made us nostalgic for when this song first came out, and there have not been many people to give us that feeling with this show. He has his work cut out for him moving into the next round.
Khronos Agoria – We feel for any dance group performing on the same night as the Stormtroopers, especially since they are technically very sound. They just have a name that is hard-to-pronounce, and they don’t have costumes. Maybe they should all be students at Hogwarts!
Morgan Connie Smith – As we saw in the audition for Morgan, this really is all about song choice. If she comes out with something that is right for her, she could be a threat; if she goes outside her comfort zone like she did her first song, there could be trouble.
Richard Jones – Probably the best magic act from the auditions. We’d be down for seeing a magic man win this whole show, and with him being a young guy with an Army background, we certainly imagine the public will like him.
Vadik and the Bear – We still don’t even know what this act really is, other than something mildly terrifying that will probably be entertaining for a few seconds. Now that we know the bear is coming, that element is gone.
Zyrah Rose – Gril group. They were strong singers in the audition, but they need more of a connection with the crowd to succeed here.
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