Britain's Got Talent 2015 results recap: Who got through in week four?


A Disney girlband, a group of hip-hop dad dancers and a blue-haired mannequin were among the acts in week four of the Britain's Got Talent 2015 auditions.

The judges were treated to a parade of 'avant garde' hairstyles, while a Marilyn Manson-style cover of 'Let It Go' left Amanda Holden's ears bleeding - but who made it on to the shortlist for the live shows? Here's our recap of tonight's results...

The Nos

Blast - This father-daughter drumming duo put much energy in to their act, but it ended up sounding like a racket. Alesha Dixon buzzed, later saying: "You seem like great fun and I love the drums, but on its own it didn’t work."

The Lee Dells - Mother Tricia, 57, and daughter Laura, 25, had the judges shuffling awkwardly while they sung Madonna's 'Hanky Panky'. "It was uncomfortable, mum and daughter singing 'I like spanky'," observed Simon Cowell, who buzzed them.

Tom Johnson - Tom may claim to have danced in local productions, but it seems he's not fit for royalty yet as his, er, unpolished routine earned him three buzzes. David Walliams held out - until Amanda got up and pressed his buzzer for him.

George Vernon - In one of the most bizarre auditions of the night, 66-year-old George sung his own track 'The Blue Ballerina' to the tune of the National Anthem - with an azure-haired mannequin named Odetta by his side. "I think if it was Odetta on her own I’d say yes," joked David.

Anna Romanenkova - Russian-born hairstylist Anna put on an "avant-garde hair show" for the panel, but her outlandish headpieces weren't enough to get her through. "I think in nine years of this show it’s the oddest thing I’ve ever seen," reacted a puzzled Amanda.


The Yesses

Aaron Marshall - Aaron completely horrified Frozen fanatic Amanda with his screamo version of Idina Menzel's 'Let It Go'. But despite getting an unwavering no from her, the 20-year-old walked off with backing of the other judges (even if it looked like they only said yes to annoy their colleague).

Misstasia - Thankfully, Disney-inspired girl group Misstasia came in to save the day with their performance of 'Part Of Your World' from the Little Mermaid. "I think your target audience is 3 year olds and Amanda," joked Simon.

Amanda described her yes as a 'no brainer' - and later added that she'd have even pressed her Golden Buzzer, which she used last week on gospel choir Revelation Avenue.

Peter Lambert - Jack of all trades Peter rode a unicycle, spun some plates and even juggled some cleavers while balancing on a perilously wobbly see saw. The spectacle earned him four yesses, with David commenting: "You’re a bit nuts but I like that about you."

Jonathan Lutwyche - Jonathan came all the way from Gibraltar to take part - and his journey wasn't in vain, as his contemporary dance routine took the judges' breath away. Simon told him: "I’m not usually a fan of this kind of stuff, but when you meet someone like you who is absolutely brilliant, it’s easy to judge. It was fantastic."


The Neales - Laurie Neale enlisted the help of his three sons James, Dan and Phil to help him live his singing dream after tragically suffering a heart attack - and the dream came true after what was their first public performance, when the audience applauded their rendition of the Everly Brothers' 'When Will I Be Loved'.

"It’s really really touching actually, I can’t think of a better way to perform than with the people that you love," gushed Alesha.

Old Men Grooving - Street dancers may be ten a penny on BGT, but this group of five men aged between 40 and 60 became one of our all-time favourite acts when they took to the stage with a hilariously entertaining and surprisingly good hip hop dance routine.

Simon grinned: "I was not expecting that! A lot of dance acts I get bored rigid by, but you lot I could watch all night."

Maia Gough - She may only be 12, but Maia's performance of 'I Have Nothing' by her hero Whitney Houston proved powerful enough to earn her another standing ovation.

Pointing out why bosses allow kids on the show, David said: "Sometimes children are miles better than the adults, and you have been today."

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Britain's Got Talent continues next Saturday at 8.00pm on ITV.

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