There's a dancing polar bear on tonight's Britain's Got Talent

VADIK & THE BEAR on Britain's Got Talent

This week's Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions showcase a dancing POLAR BEAR.

Following the dancing dinosaur a few weeks back, another act has incorporated giant animals into their performance.

Vadik Raketa, 35, is a dancer and full-time entertainer from Belarus who certainly presents the judges with something new.

Amanda Holden reacts: "It's very random but I loved it."

However Alesha Dixon, who also slated that dancing dinosaur, isn't won over and complains: "What's the deal with the polar bear? It did not work for me."

Surprisingly, the random act has Simon Cowell's backing, as he responds to Alesha: "What do you mean what's the deal, it's him and a bear dancing?"

Will Vadik and his bear get the three or more yeses they need into the next round?

Other random acts this week include hapless magician Scott Nelson, a 50 year old performer originally from California

He performs a classic 'saw a lady in half trick' with his assistant Muriel... who is a mannequin.

We also meet The Deep Space Deviants made up of Paul Dolman, 47, from Lancashire, and a very quiet friend.

Paul performs as Davros, the arch enemy of Doctor Who.

Paul says: "I think Davros and Simon would get on very well together, he's evil, has no concious and no sense of humour but he is nice to kids and animals.

"If I got to perform at the Royal Variety I think the Queen would rather enjoy it."

Paul, as Davros, goes on to sing Loveshack and performs a river dance routine for the judges who are a bit split on whether it was ridiculously good or just plain ridiculous.

Britain's Got Talent 2016 auditions air tonight on ITV, Saturday May 7, from 8PM.

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