Tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent episode is officially over and with that, we’re certainly excited to be bringing you the latest round of results! Well, of course, we’re writing this before the results are officially revealed … we may not be anywhere near as happy about them once they are actually revealed. One of the things that we’ve certainly learned over time is that Britain’s Got Talent is that the British public’s views on talent are not always in line with our own.
Going into the results show, we felt like it was probably a race between Dave & Finn, the Flakefleet Primary School Choir, Rosie & Adam, or singer Brian Gilligan. The Haunting is such an interesting act in that they were brilliant, but also too scary for some viewers — plus, a cameraperson at one point gave away a part of the act. Certainly ruins a little bit of the fun.
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Anyhow, without further ado, let’s get to presenting some of the results.
The winner of the night
The way that Britain’s Got Talent does things is somewhat frustrating, given that they only allow so many people to move through to the next round.
The first act voted through to the top 3 were … the Haunting? Color us shocked. (By the way, the audience really hated the fact that Rosie & Adam were eliminated and we agree with that.) Joining The Haunting in the top three were Flakefleet Primary School and Dave & Finn.
Ultimately, the winner tonight was none other than Dave & Finn, which put the judges in a position where they had to either vote through a terrifying woman or small children.
Flakefleet versus The Haunting
This was a tough position for the judges to be in, since it was basically disappoint small children or then ruin the opportunity to see Amanda Holden terrified again. We just didn’t see how Elizabeth (a.k.a. The Haunting) would end up moving forward. Both were reasonably unique acts. We did at least get a confirmation tonight that there will be a wildcard, which is good since we think The Haunting is going to have a good chance of getting that, all things considered.
So in the end tonight, Britain picked two acted for sentimental reasons. There is talent with the two of them, but this is also evidence that having a great story really does matter if you want to win a number of people over.
If you missed it…
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What do you think about tonight’s Britain’s Got Talent results overall, and do you think that the right people made it through to the next round/ Be sure to share right now in the comments, and check back soon for some other news. (Photo: ITV.)