Krumping dancer Godson wows on Britain's Got Talent 2016

This dancer on Britain's Got Talent 2016 took the judges by storm at the weekend in an audition cut from the main show.

Theo aka Godson is 25 and from East London.

He showed off his krumping skills to the panel and impressed, winning four yeses through to the next stage.

"It was all very fast, there was a lot of showing off your muscles," teased David Walliams. "If you like that sort of thing it was wonderful, which I do!"

Alesha Dixon added: "That was funny, I liked it!"

And Simon Cowell suggested of the routine: "If it was me I would have my body painted green because then it would have been like turning into the Incredible Hulk."

Not every act who went before the judges got such a positive reaction in last Saturday's unseen auditions.

'World's fastest tortoise' Bertie got four nos after FAILING to beat his own world record, taking a minute longer than previously.

Another contestant leaving the judges less than impressed was Nigel Coleaman, a 57-year-old solicitor who did stand up comedy.

David Walliams commented on the audition: "It was like boxing day and your uncle has had a few glasses of sherry and he gets up and makes a few gags."

'Sexy' chair dancers The Brass Monkeys also got turned away following their audition, although Amanda Holden did give them a yes.

Britain's Got Talent 2016 airs Saturday nights on ITV and you can catch extra auditions on ITV2 straight after the main show on ITV2 with host Stephen Mulhern, star of stage and screen.

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