RelatedAmerica’s Got Talent Finale Recap: The Winner Is…
But before the winner is revealed, let’s take a look at the 10 remaining hopefuls:
* Oz Pearlman, the mentalist — no not that mentalist — has a pretty decent shot at the Top 5.
* Uzeyer Novruzov, the ladder acrobat, barely escaped elimination last week. (Thanks, Dunkin Donuts!) Talented though he may be,
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Giving an interview to the local paper in South Wales ‘The Evening Post’, Steve had this to say:
In regards to his current ring name:
Once I get over there, I am their property.
They can call me what they want.
His ability in the ring and the opportunity he’s been given:
Everyone says I’m quite athletic.
I’m a guy who can move around.
I can do some high flying.
I’m just going to go out to America on my own to start.
As part of their impressive Bgt finale routine, a few of the gymnastic acrobat group gathered behind the judges table and proceeded to throw a member back and forward over their heads. Amanda Holden looked genuinely shocked when she realised what was going on and Stephen has revealed that she wasn’t acting.
He told Phil and Holly on This Morning:
“What the viewers at home won’t know is on the night, they came up behind the judges at the very last minute so the judges had no idea. So anyone that has filmed or recorded it should watch the judges after he flies over them. It’s amazing!”
“They never see the rehearsals, well
Each night, when the judges chose between the acts in second and third place, they made the right decision, except on Tuesday 1st of June when they saved boyband Connected at the expense of singing doorman Neil Fullard.
On that occasion, Neil received 17.2% of the public vote, while Connected got only 15.2%.
The figures also revealed that winning group Spelbound attracted a whopping 62% of the public vote on their semi final show, the highest result of the week and in second place were Tina and Chandi, with 58.1% on Tuesday night.
Check out the full table of results below.
Spelbound – 62.4%
Tobias Mead – 14.3%
Olivia Archbold – 11.3%
Stevie Starr – 6.4%
Josh Barry – 1.7%
Threebee – 1.7%
Kevin Cruise – 1.5%
Sean Sheehan – 0.7%
On the first Bgt semi final, Stevie swallowed Amanda’s engagement ring along with a locked padlock, and a key. He then appeared to unlock the padlock, insert the ring and relock it before regurgitating all three items up again.
Today she wrote on Twitter: “I honestly was terrified I’d lose my ring last night! Chris was on the edge of his seat even though it’s insured!”
Britain’s Got More Talent presenter Stephen Mulhern attempted to silence cynics earlier today and insisted that Stevie wasn’t using illusions on last night’s show. More here.
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On last night’s Bgt semi final, Stevie swallowed Amanda Holden’s engagement ring along with a locked padlock, and a key. He then appeared to unlock the padlock, insert the ring and relock it before regurgitating all three items up again. In a bid to silence the many cynics, when asked if it was some sort of trick, Stephen Mulhern replied:
Everybody asks me this and do you know something, I can assure you now. It’s not a slight of hand, it’s not misdirection, this guy is a regurgitator. That’s what he does, he can hold it down and when he wants it to come back up as you’ve seen…he can do it!
I’ve been championing this guy!
Stevie started by swallowing a whole light bulb…..a few stomach wobbles later and the thing came back up whole! He then asked Amanda for her engagement ring…she was Not amused…we guess that she didn’t expect this because she looked genuinely shocked and she’s just not that good an actress (did you see Big Top?)
Amanda then watched as Stevie put the ring, a padlock and a key into his tummy while he attempted to open the lock with his key, insert the ring and then lock the padlock Before bringing it back up. He did it…..but was it real? Can someone really do that? It didn’t even appear to be covered in bile or salvia or anything…
After bringing the few hundred hopeful act down to London and making them wait for hours, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan finally reached a decision and revealed who had made it and who was going home.
Check out the list of this years finalists below (we will be updating it as soon as names come in) and make sure you leave your comments below. Do you agree with the judges choices? Did your favourite make it through? Let us know!
Christopher Stone: singing accountant
Michael Sr & Jr Fayombo
Sean the wood chopper
Shaolin Team UK
Father & Son Graham and James
Flute Magic appeared on a recent audition show in which Clive Hodgson carried out magic tricks while his wife Claire played the flute.
Clive’s magic act was quite good and we were positively entranced by the little white dove, but the flute playing made our murderous urges surface. Claire was abysmal. Piers Morgan called it “therapeutic” but thankfully Simon Cowell told it straight. He said:
“Without being rude Claire, every note was out of tune.”
The pair have now announced that they will be leaving the show for “personal reasons”.
A Bgt source told The Sun: “They decided not to take part any more. We wish them well.”
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Laying out his hot tips for next months live semi finals, the 33 year old presenter revealed that he is backing Connected, Olivia Archibald or Stevie ‘The Regurgitator’ Starr to win.
On Connected he told What’s On TV:
“There’s something about young boy band Connected that could capture the public’s vote, especially the teeny-boppers. Also, there’s no young boy band, all under 16 out there – plus they all can genuinely sing.”
Praising Olivia he added:
“Fourteen-year-old Olivia [who wowed judges with her rendition of Sarah McLachlan’s In The Arms Of The Angel] is brilliant. She has such a lovely voice and isn’t a pushy drama school kid, she’s just genuinely got talent that she’s now been allowed to show.”
Stephen also revealed that he likes the variety element Stevie Starr brings to the show. He said:
“Stevie Starr, the Regurgitator, is also a favourite.
Bgt viewers set up The Stephen Mulhern Hatred Society Facebook group two weeks ago and members have posted comments such as:
“I wish sum1 would crack his f**king skull wide open and let him bleed to death.”
“I hope he dies in a fire…
A source close to Stephen told The Daily Star: “Stephen’s gutted and is worried about his safety.”
A spokesman for Mulhern said last night: “It’s an unfortunate downside to being in the public eye.”
We have to admit to finding Mulhern more than slightly irritating….let’s face it he’s no Holly Willoughby….but perhaps these haters are taking things a little too far. Lets play nice eh? He’s not that bad!
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Stevie stunned the Britain’s Got Talent judges on an earlier audition show, when he swallowed numbered coins and a billiard ball and then regurgitated them on demand and in order. He later claimed that he had learned the trick while trying to protect his pocket money in a children’s home.
Three-year-old Abi Busby’s was rushed to hospital last week after tring to emulate the act by swallowing a two pence coin.
Her dad told The Sun: “As the doctor was checking Abi he asked her why she had swallowed the coin. She told him ‘the magic man on TV with the yellow coat told me to do it’.
“I knew immediately she was talking about Stevie Starr as she loves to watch the show because
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