Britain’s Got Talent 2018 auditions: The biggest performances from week six

Britain’s Got Talent 2018 auditions continued on Saturday night and here the best try outs from the sixth week.


Based on online hits and shares since the weekend, here are the top four ranked performances.

But who came out on top? Here’s the full countdown…


SORA came from Japan to showcase his blend of magic – and stripping. His glamorous assistant got the judges to pick ladies’ underwear items by flicking through a sketchbook. Just when it appeared the assistant was about to strip, SORA took off his OWN clothes, revealing himself to be wearing the chosen garments.

“The weirdest thing for me is that I’m wearing exactly the same underwear,” quipped David. “You’re owning that underwear, and you’re a very talented magician!” grinned Amanda.



Gruffydd Wyn Roberts

Gruff admitted he would never have “plucked up the courage” to try BGT if it wasn’t for his enthusiastic brother and mates. However, the opera singer’s nerves were quickly exposed on stage when Simon asked about his complicated living situation, leaving him stuttering.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, Simon then interrupted Gruff’s first performance, ‘Un Giorno Per Noi’. “You’re very nervous, this was very cold and mechanical,” he said.

After a mouthful of water, Gruff began his second song, ‘Nessun Dorma’. As he hit the big notes, the audience rewarded him with a standing ovation. Amid the raucous applause, Amanda hit the Golden Buzzer. “When you were ten and Paul Potts auditioned for this show, he blew us away with that song,” Amanda recalled. “You just did the same.”


Ben Langley

Variety act Ben has progressed from street performing to holiday parks, and now hopes BGT will give him another big push. He had the audience in fits of laughter with a comedy routine involving misheard song lyrics. Ant and Dec even came out of the sidelines so they could witness the mayhem.

“Brilliantly funny, perfect for the Royal Variety, it’s so fast-paced, so funny,” reviewed David. “I could watch you forever and ever, what a great character,” added Alesha.



Professor Strange

There was an awkward moment for Allin Kempthorne, a.k.a. Professor Strange, when Amanda failed to recognise him as the magician from her daughter’s birthday party. Things went from bad to worse when the judges lost patience with his underwhelming umbrella illusion. “I don’t think there’s much to say, but I think Eric will love this,” Simon said, referring to his son.

As Allin headed home with four nos, David poked fun at Amanda, smirking: “Great act you booked for your kids, really good!”


Britain’s Got Talent 2018 continues this Saturday night on ITV with the final auditions.


As always, straight after you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.

The Britain’s Got Talent live shows begin later on in the year.