Is this Britain’s Got Talent’s worst EVER impressionist?!

A Britain’s Got Talent contestant used his audition to showcase some unique impressions.


Away from the main show, on Britain’s Got More Talent we met Robin Asher.

“I’ve been dreaming of his moment for four years,” Robin told the panel.

The IT worker announced he was pitching a new talent show called The Smell UK.

You can watch his audition in the video below…

“It’s a bit like The Voice UK, only the judges cannot see or hear the contestants,” Robin said, “They have to smell the contestants to know how they’re doing.”


“Terrible!” reacted Alesha Dixon to the idea.

Robin then showcased his impressions, starting with Sir Tom Jones sniffing out Alesha.

His takes on Andy Murray and Bruno Tonioli soon followed.

Despite the performance being branded “bonkers”, he did get two yeses from Amanda Holden and David Walliams.

But with nos from Simon Cowell and Alesha, Robin didn’t make it through.

Other acts in the latest episode of Britain’s Got Talent this weekend included ‘silent comic’ Lost Voice Guy and a moving performance from dance group RISE.

The group performed a dance with wheelchairs to help one of the members, Hollie Booth, get back into dancing following injuries she sustained during the Manchester terror attack in 2017.


There was also comedy impressionist Andrew Lancaster and Singing Priest Father Ray Kelly

Britain’s Got More Talent airs Saturday nights on ITV2.

It follows the main series of Britain’s Got Talent 2018 on ITV.


Stephen will be getting to know a whole new host of hilarious unseen contestants in his own unique way and as ever, it’s these acts that make Britain’s Got More Talent such compelling viewing.

Plus, Stephen continues to get the very best access to the judges, finding out more about them, and more importantly what the judges think of each other! This series will be as fun filled as ever with Stephen asking the judges and acts all the questions that no one else would dare to, and playing games with them that no one else would want to.