Britain’s Got Talent review: Brian Gilligan, Barbara Nice, Ursula Burns’ harp

BGTThe latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent has arrived, and within this piece, we’re here to do one of our favorite things: Talk about all of the acts. More than likely there’s going to be a lot to say about the talent tonight, and throughout the episode, we’ll be refreshing this article with additional insight.

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Margaret & Dave – We were waiting for the turn here, and apparently it was when this husband-and-wife duo started to get going with their “Proud Mary” dance moves. We’re not altogether sure that anything in here was altogether good, but they’re at least fun and they’re a fun story.

Ursula Burns – What was this? Was it a music act or a comedy act? She came out and performed a weird, awkward rendition of “Chasing Cars” that got increasingly risque as things went along. We don’t know how she replicates this again … and we certainly don’t think we’ve ever seen anyone play the harp quite like this.

Gomonov Knife Show – The challenge for these two was trying to replicate what Deadly Games have done over on America’s Got Talent — yet, we do think that these two brought a good bit of danger in their own right with some stunts that were absolutely dangerous and creative — including making it hard for the knife-thrower to even see his partner. They are legitimately good and serious contenders for at least the live semi-finals.

Barbara Nice – She brought a lot of fun to the show tonight with her routine, though we do think that she’s going to be polarizing to a lot of people out there. She’s actually got a pretty sizable following already. Also, she ended her act crowd-surfing before accidentally falling on David Walliams’ buzzer.

Akshat Singh – He’s a little bit like Margaret & Dave from earlier in the episode — he’s not the best dancer in the world, but he did bring a smile to our face. He also did have a few legitimate moves in here in between doing the cartwheel and the splits. We don’t know how he overcomes the element of surprise factor next time, though. We did not expect that he would get a Golden Buzzer from Ant & Dec!

Brian Gilligan – He was the final act of the night (at least in terms of memorable ones, and he did bring a lot of vocal power to this piece. We haven’t really had a lot of proper singers through three episodes, and he’s one that has genuine potential to move through this show and make it to the final. He’s got some experience in this industry, but we’ve said this already — it doesn’t really bother us all that much.

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