Britain’s Got Talent review: The Queen, 4MG, Matt Stirling, more perform!

BGTTonight, the second Britain’s Got Talent performance show aired on ITV and through this, we had an opportunity to understand a little bit more all

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The Queen – Well, we don’t think that there’s anything necessarily original about this act, given that we’ve had a chance to see something similar over the years. Most of the jokes are okay, but we think that she was better roasting the judges than talking about Netflix or anything related to actually being a part of the Royal Family.

State of the Fart – This was dumb — ridiculously dumb. We’ll give him credit that he is good at what he does, but what he does is something that there is almost zero demand for. This is about as good as an act featuring fart noises is going to be.

Vardanyan Brothers – Consider this yet another reminder that danger acts on this show are insanely underrated. These two do things that nobody else could ever possibly do, and what they do with the knives at the end is by far, one of the most dangerous things that we’ve ever seen. They were so far ahead of the game that it wasn’t even close.

Giorgia Borg – We kinda love how she’s the biggest Alesha Dixon fan on the planet, and while we do think that the first performance was better than the second, we admire the audacity to go on national television and do original music. Also, is anyone else noticing that Simon Cowell praised the fart guy more than either Giorgia or the Vardanyan Brothers?

Matt Stirling – The best act of the night so far. While Matt’s guessing-game trick was rather run-of-the-mill, everything around it was fantastic whether it be his execution, the humor, or his ability to create so many crazy stunts on stage in just a short period of time.

Siobhan Phillips – Clearly, Simon’s in a bad mood tonight. While we don’t necessarily think that this is the best performance that we’ve seen on the show, she is cheeky and fun. Her lyrics will probably resonate with a lot of people and that’s going to help her at least have a shot of moving forward. As for whether or not she will, that remains very much to be determined.

4MG – The cameo appearance from Stavros Flatley arguably made this fantastic. This remains one of our favorite acts! These guys are very good at what they do, though once more this was yet another guessing-game sort of magic act and we wish that we’d see some other forms of it on the show.

Faith Tucker – This was fascinating — she performed an operatic version of “You Are the Reason,” a song ironically from former Britain’s Got Talent contestant Calum Scott. She was fantastic in terms of delivering the vocal, but was an operatic version of Calum Scott what anyone was craving?

If we had to pick, we’d probably put Matt and Giorgia through, with maybe the Vardanyan Brothers in third place because of degree of difficulty. Yet, we wouldn’t be shocked if the public opts for 4MG and Faith Tucker.

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