A handler had a snowy owl on his wrist. But the man clicked on as the owl shrank away. Seriously though, what has happened to you people? On the last day of May, a dancing dog won a televised talent competition. But Britain was furious when it turned out that the dog was in fact two dogs , a TV-friendly front-dog, and an anonymous dog who had been doing all the difficult acrobatics.
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It wouldn't be a week of Britain's Got Talent if there wasn't a bizarre collection of the weird and the wonderful. Tonight's episode certainly wasn't any different as the judges were treated to a number of surprises. And it was some of the more bizarre acts that stood out and became the shock hits as the auditions for this year's series wrapped up. At first Simon Cowell looked bemused when year-old Lucky walked on stage- but was left stunned when she sang, played guitar and showed off her contortionist act It was Simon Cowell in particular who stunned himself and the audience by the acts who won him over. And it was 'unfunny' Latvian comedian Gatis Kandis who bowled him over the most as he burst into giggles as he continued his monotone act. When he first walked on stage Simon, along with Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Carmen Electra looked a bit bewildered and were unsure how to react to him.
Britain’s got talent, but don’t trust these clowns to find it
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