Britain's Got Talent man band The Boyz split the judges with their audition

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Man band The Boyz split the Britain's Got Talent 2017 judges with their audition this weekend.

The Boyz are a boyband made up of 42-year-old Craig, 35-year-old David, 31-year-old Matt and 26-year-old Richard.


They’ve been performing together for the past two years, after Craig, who’s been in the band for 22 years, advertised for new members.

"We're different," the group told the judges before the performance.

And they weren't wrong!

The Boyz sang (and danced!) a medley of Backstreet Boys “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” and Queen “We Will Rock You” for the judges.

David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon all got on their feet to danced along.


"You guys are hot! It was a little bit cheesy but who doesn't love cheese?!" David said after the audition.

Alesha agreed: "What is there not to like about you guys? I love a bit of cheese!"

And Amanda added: "It was very camp and entertaining."

But Simon Cowell remained unimpressed: "I feel like I'm in some weird dream today, it's like when you get a band back together again but the band's been put in a food mixer..."

David interrupted: "NOBODY CARES! Look at them, that was fun!"

While Simon said no, with three yeses from the other judges, The Boyz are through to the next round.

Other acts on this weekend's show include Angara Contortion who hail from Buryatia, Russia and take to the BGT stage with a body bending routine which leaves the Judges open-mouthed.

We also meet lord of the rings, John Parnell, who takes to the stage with his hula hoops and a very catchy tune to show the Judges just why he’s better known as the Hoop Guy.


But, when Simon and Alesha buzz, John invites them to join him to show off their skills!


More hopefuls wanting yeses from the judges include the Perfect Pitch Creation choir, singer Harry Gardner and dodgy impressionist IrShad Shaikh.

Britain's Got Talent 2017 airs Saturday nights on ITV.

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