Saturday, April 30, 2011

Have Britain's Got Talent judges found their winner?


A little boy with a small voice: Ronan Parke, 12, received a standing ovation after his powerful rendition of Feeling Good at the London auditions of Britain's Got Talent

It's only the third week of auditions in this year's Britain's Got Talent - but it looks like the judges may have already found their winner.

Angelic schoolboy Ronan Parke was advised to 'not bother to go back to school' by Michael McIntyre after he wowed the audience at the London auditions.

The 12-year-old burst into tears when he was given three yesses after belting out a powerful rendition of Nina Simone's Feeling Good.

One to watch: Judges (L-R) Michael McIntyre, Amanda Holden and Louis Walsh all gave Ronan the thumbs up

Emotional: The cute singer burst into tears as the judges all gave him a yes

He had taken the day off school to go the audition with his mother Maggie and father Trevor, who watched anxiously from the wings.

Despite Maggie's fears of how he would be received, the judges and the audience gave him a huge applause - making him one of the most popular acts so far this series.

Judge Michael McIntyre said: 'So you took a day off school... I wouldn’t bother going back. You’re a little star. You’ve taken a room and blown the roof off it… You’re the best we’ve seen so far.'

Guest judge Louis Walsh, who had stepped in on behalf of David Hasselhoff, said: 'I’m gonna predict really big things for you. You’re so good.'

Speaking after Ronan's audition, Walsh tipped the boy to be the breakout star of this series: 'He’s the one to beat. Little Ronan could be the winner.'

And relax: Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly comfort his anxious mother Maggie

Not for the faint-hearted: Seven-year-old Olivia Binfield read a poem while her pet Boa constrictor Lucy wrapped herself around the her owner

Last chance: After years as a session musician, pub landlord Herbie Armstrong is hoping to make a name for himself as a singer/songwriter

Well we weren't expecting that: Male singing group Out Of The Blue surprised with a mash-up of Bad Romance and SexyBack

Mixed response: Martial arts and Bollywood dance trio TKD Remix, comprising of Harwinder, 25, Rajveer, 14, and Thangaes, 13, received two yesses and one np

Bizarre: Louis says he 'didn't get' a dance act based on Star Wars and Michael Jackson called Darth Dongle and the Princess

Mixed reviews: Michael and Louis disagree on an Edward Scissorhands-inspired act, leaving Amanda to decide their fate

Britains Got Talent 2011 Auditions - Out Of The Blue, click

Britain's Got Talent 2011 Auditions - Ronan Parke (Justin Bieber look a like), Click

Tracey Moran on Britain's Got Talent 2011 Week 3, Click

Britains got talent - Herbie Armstrong, Click

source: dailymail

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