Britain's Got Talent 2017: Dancing, piano playing and car driving dogs wow judges

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A dancing, piano playing and car driving dog took on Britain's Got Talent 2017 at the weekend.

Saturday night was the latest round of auditions and the judges met Lynne and her pet pooch Mojo.


In an audition that was cut from the main show, Lynne took to the stage with Mojo to show off some very unique talents.

"Mojo is a very, clever and talented dog," Lynne said.

Mojo then kicked off the audition by singing to Ant and Dec's Let's Get Ready To Rumble.

Next, Mojo started to 'play' the piano before getting into a toy car.

Lynne then revealed a surprise as she welcomed a second dog on stage with the two driving off in the car together.


Alesha Dixon reacted: "Your dogs are just adorable."

Amanda Holden added: "I think they should have their own kids TV show."

"That dog could learn how to play the piano," remarked Simon Cowell.

And David Walliams concluded: "I definitely want to see a dog learn how to sing and play the piano."

With four yeses, Lynne and her dogs are through to the next round but will they make the live shows later this year?

Other acts on this weekend included real life couple Tyrone & Mina who like to do “dangerous things” together, with the pair bringing a shocking knife throwing act to the BGT stage.

We also met singer Jamie Lee Harrison, dance group TNG and tappers TapTastik.


More hopefuls this week included wannabe comedian Will Oldfield, Blackpool-based entertainer Mal Ford and all female dance crew Nu Vybe.

Britain's Got Talent 2017 continues Saturday nights on ITV with More Talent on ITV2 straight after.

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