Britain’s Got Even More Talent
Has Britain, as we are told by the popular ITV variety show, got talent? Well we shall certainly find out tomorrow night as this insane, all singing, all dancing programme returns in ever-effervescent style.
We are promised that the format of Britain’s Got Talent can still yield some of the country’s biggest stars, and its weirdest oddballs. Some of the notable talents we will be privileged to see is a ballet dancing dog and a footballer-turned-dancer. 10 year old Chloe Hickinbottom is also one to watch out for with her rendition of Vera Lynn’s wartime classic White Cliffs of Dover. As documented by The Sun, she is one of the few to receive sincere plaudits from each of the judges.
Airing tomorrow on ITV1 at 8pm, the show also features an appearance from Irish midget Louis Walsh who stands in for an ill Simon Cowell. Let’s hope it’s not too serious. Ahem.