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It was week five of the auditions this weekend with eleven more acts facing the judges.
And it proved quite the the mixed bag of results with a number of acts buzzed off but there was a (golden) surprise right at the end.
Acts who did win their way through to the next round included TapTastik, a tap dance group from Brighton. They originally had two buzzers but Alesha Dixon took hers back, allowing them through despite Simon Cowell sticking with his now.
Another dance act that impressed were TNG, which stands for ‘The Next Generation’, who spooked the panel with their clown routine.
Knife throwing couple Tyrone and Mina left the judges VERY uncomfortable with their death defying routine, which include blades of fire, but it still got them four yeses.
Also getting a full set of yeses was 74 year old singer and entertainer from Blackpool, Mal Ford. Although all the judges initially buzzed him, Ant & Dec join Mal on stage and they all perform Blackpool Bell together which went down a hit with the panel and audience.
24 year old singer songwriter Jamie Lee Harrison from Newcastle gave a stunning vocal to win a spot in the next round, joined by the Angelicus Celtis choir from Wales, made up of school girls aged 11-17.
Finally, the latest round of auditions ended with Matt Edwards, 34 year old magician from Suffolk who secured the fourth and penultimate golden buzzer of the series from Ant and Dec, seeing him straight through to the live shows.
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Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions are back Saturday night at 8PM on ITV
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