Britain’s Got Talent singer Derek Sandy shares his original song about The Isle Of Wight

Singer Derek Sandy uses his Britain’s Got Talent audition to showcase The Isle Of Wight this weekend.

BGT is back on Saturday night with round four of this year’s try outs.

Once again sitting behind the judges’ desk are Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams.

And watching on from the sidelines as ever are Ant and Dec.

One act they’re introduced to this week is Derek Sandy.

He is on a one-man mission to boost tourism in the beautiful Isle of Wight with a catchy song.

“It’s an original song, ‘Welcome To The Isle Of Wight’,” he tells the panel before bursting into his performance.

Alongside his music and lyrics, Derek’s performance is accompanied by a slideshow of pictures from The Isle Of Wight.

But will it get him the three or more yeses he needs to make the next round?

Or even the golden buzzer, which both Amanda and Alesha are yet to press so far this year.

You can watch a first preview of Derek’s audition in the video above.

Tune in to watch his full performance and see if he makes the cut on Saturday night from 8PM on ITV.

Another act on this weekend’s show is dancer Ethan Higgins who takes the BGT judges by surprise with his moves

Those who get through will join last week’s successful acts acts including the Gomonov Knife Show who stunned with their dangerous audition, which saw Simon Cowell end up in the path of flying knifes.

Comedian Barbara Nice got four yeses with her one liners before singer Brian Gilligan also won a spot in the next round after his touching rendition of I’ll Never Love Again.

Finally, 13-year-old dancer Akshat Singh went one step further as he got the latest golden buzzer of the series from Ant and Dec.

Britain’s Got Talent returns at 8PM this Saturday, April 27, on ITV.

Remember to also tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern after the main show.

The Britain’s Got Talent live semi-finals begin later on in the year.