Britain’s Got Talent 2019 auditions continued on Saturday night and here are the best try outs from the second week.
Based on online hits and shares since the weekend, we countdown the top four ranked performances.
But who came out on top? Here’s the full rundown…
Kojo, who has spent his two-decade career opening for other acts and mentoring young comics, had his own moment in the spotlight on Saturday night. The stand up comic impressed the judges with his jokes, and won the second golden buzzer of the series from Simon Cowell.
The panel was baffled when a figure clad in a black hood and a white face mask took to the stage and remained silent during Simon’s questioning. The mysterious magician, known only as ‘X’, set out to demonstrate how powerful human connections can be by using Ant and Dec as test subjects.
Pofessional daredevil Jonathan Goodwin rated his act at ten on the danger scale, and he wasn’t wrong, as the crowd soon witnessed him attempt a straitjacket escape – while on FIRE.
Kicking Harry Houdini’s famous stunt up a notch, he was completely doused in fuel and suspended from his ankles – but it did get him four yeses from the judges.
Like SuBo, Kerr comes from Scotland, and he cites her as an inspiration – even though he’d only have been two years old when she appeared on BGT in 2009.
Now 12, the Glaswegian schoolboy has a huge ambition to be the next Freddie Mercury, and he kicked off his musical journey by stunning the audience with a cover of ‘Try A Little Tenderness’.
Britain’s Got Talent 2019 continues next Saturday night on ITV with the latest auditions.
As always, straight after you can tune in to Britain’s Got More Talent on ITV2 with Stephen Mulhern.
The Britain’s Got Talent live shows begin later on in the year.