As all the hype from last weekend's latest Britain's Got Talent audition show dies down, we catch up with all the latest gossip from the successful auditions. How is funny man Les Gibson finding his overnight fame? And what does Edward Reid hope the show will bring him? Read on to find out...
First up is singing duo Ted & Grace, who impressed the judges with their take on Rich Girl on Saturday night. It seems as though 92-year-old Ted is loving his experience on the telly, saying: "I could live 24 hours a day like this." What's more the war vet is hoping to make sure of new found fame, we revealed earlier in the week how Ted was hoping to reunite with his long lost aunt.
Meanwhile unique Britain's Got Talent singer Edward Reid hopes to have his teeth done if he makes it to the live semi-finals in June. The 35-year-old drama teacher told The Sun he thinks that his gnashers aren't white enough to sparkle on the TV. "I hate my teeth and want them done," Ed added.
Elsewhere and impression Les Gibson says that the Britain’s Got Talent audience has been one of the worst he faced. Despite having a career on stage, and appearing alongside stars including Michael Buble and Diana Ross, the comedian found performing to the judges nerve wrecking. Les confessed: "BGT is the scariest crowd that I've faced."