Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions results recap: Who impressed the judges in week three?

Latest episode sees another lucky hopeful win a Golden Buzzer

St Patrick's Junior Choir.

Tonight's round of Britain's Got Talent 2017 auditions saw a school choir, a girl group and a record-breaking balloon modeller join the live show shortlist.

The search for an act to appear at this year's Royal Variety Performance is in full swing, with plenty barmy and brilliant acts showing off for judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.

The latest batch even included the Queen herself (well, sort of).

Amid the hilarity, one hopeful bagged a guaranteed place in the live shows when Amanda hit the Golden Buzzer.

Here's a full rundown of all the results from week three...

Rare Species on Britain's Got Talent
Rare Species

The Yesses

Rare Species (4 yesses) - Rare Species immediately got a standing ovation when the Queen appeared on stage to introduce them. Okay, it wasn't the real Queen, but this royal-themed comedy dance act got four yesses nonetheless. "You would only get this on this bonkers show," David grinned.

London School of Bollywood (4 yesses) - Simon moaned about how samey Bollywood dance acts are before this group of 18 to 26-year-olds had even begun. It turned out he'd jumped the gun with his criticism, as their routine was all about switching up the "same story". Simon conceded: "I think it showed that you have a sense of humour and you're fun."

The Miss Treats (4 yesses) - Simon recognised one member of four-piece girl group The Miss Treats - Jeanette, formerly part of The X Factor's Miss Dynamix. She said her new crew has "much better" chemistry, and it showed during their performance of Salt-N-Pepa's 'Whatta Man'. Alesha said: "You're really likeable and I thought all of you stood out," Alesha said. "That was a very strong audition."

The Miss Treats.
The Miss Treats

Ryan Tracey (4 yesses) - There was a Guinness World Record attempt from Ryan, who tasked himself with making five balloon models while blindfolded. His 61 seconds narrowly beat the previous record of 63.6 seconds, earning him a certificate - and four yesses. "Amazing! Amazing!" exclaimed Simon, with Amanda adding: "I couldn't be happier, I was rooting for you!"

Daliso Chaponda (Amanda's Golden Buzzer) - Comedy writer Daliso's cheery personality instantly won the panel over, and then his side-splitting jokes about single life and the financial crisis left the audience in stitches.

With the crowd behind her chanting "hit the gold", Amanda obliged and reached for the Golden Buzzer. "I think you're bloody hilarious! Self-deprecating, funny, relevant, laugh after laugh," she commented. I really want you to win the entire series! I think you could!"

Sian Pattison (4 yesses) - Singer Sian was too scared to apply for BGT herself - so her daughter ended up doing it for her. The 31-year-old's nerves took another hit when Simon interrupted her performance, but she eventually won roaring applause singing Ghost track 'With You'. "It was like watching a caterpillar turn into a butterfly," observed David.

Tokio Myers.
Tokio Myers

Tokio Myers (4 yesses) - Having channelled his rocky upbringing on a London estate into music, Tokio demonstrated the fruits of his labour with a rousing piano mash-up of Claire de Lune and Ed Sheeran's 'Bloodstream'. Amanda said he "inspired her imagination", while Alesha described him as "really edgy and refreshing".

Josephine Lee (4 yesses) - A former magician's assistant, Josephine used BGT as an opportunity to take centre stage. She mysteriously floated orbs in mid-air before making herself disappear from a box. "I really loved that. Beautifully visual. I thought it was wonderful," said David, while Simon praised her for being "different".

St. Patrick's Junior Choir (4 yesses) - Closing the show was a choir of 36 school pupils from County Down, who did Northern Ireland proud with their rendition of Keane's 'Somewhere Only We Know'. "Every single one of you sang with so much passion, and that was lovely to see," Alesha said, with Amanda adding: "The harmonising and the arrangement was absolutely stunning."

Britain's Got Talent 2017 contestants week 3

The Nos

Sanita Laviva (3 nos) - The only flop audition of the night was drag act Sanita. Simon, Amanda and Alesha buzzed her energetic dance routine, but it had David in his element. He broke his own buzzer to stop the other three pressing it, but they eventually halted the display. Sanita went home with three nos, but at least David thought she was "wonderfully entertaining."

Britain's Got Talent 2017 continues with another auditions episode next Saturday at 8.00pm on ITV.

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