Britain's Got Talent 2013: Our top three auditions from Week 3

Luminites (Britain's Got Talent 2013)

Britain's Got Talent 2013 continued at the weekend, and here's our weekly selection of the stand out auditions.

A range of wannabe performers went before the judges - Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Simon Cowell - on Saturday as the try outs continued in London and Birmingham.

Only a few got enough yeses to make it into the next round, with acts ranging from magicians to the usual singers and dancers.

We've picked our favourite three performers who stood out to us below, be sure to agree or disagree and add your own favourites so far in the comment section!


The Luminites proved reality TV bands need not be bland, showing off a unique mix of beatbox in acoustic guitar and vocals. We love the idea and loved her their rendition of Hurts So Good from their audition at the weekend. Speaking to the group this week it's clear that they are about the music and we look forward to see what they will do if they make the live shows.

Arron Crow

It is always great to see a real variety acts on Britain's got loads and Aaron Crow's daring stunts didn't get much more varied. The magician was mesmerising and even though his trick lost some of its oomph coming from a pre-recorded show, we reckon a live performance will have much more tension.

Linda Hewitt

We are slightly biased towards rollerskating Linda as we were at the original audition. The dinner lady certainly didn't lack enthusiasm for her talent and definitely had the courage and stamina not to let a no from the judges stop her audition, and for that that she was one of our favourites.

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