Britain’s Got Talent preview of tonight’s auditions

Britain’s Got Talent 2014 continues tonight and here’s our spoiler filled look ahead of the latest auditions.

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Kings & Queens perform a Latin American dance routine

First to face the panel tonight is Oliver Moroney, a 43 year old maintenance man from Tipperary, Ireland, who splits the panel with his traditional Sean Nós style dance with his own twist.

Oliver’s weird act sets the tone for the start of the show as auditions continue with impressionist Gary James who takes so long preparing his take on Del Boy from ‘Only Fools and Horses’ that hosts Ant and Dec are forced to check he’s OK.

Then there’s the Rock and Roll Street Stars which sees one member of the wacky through lay a bed of nails with a concrete block on his chest while another uses a sledge hammer to smash the concrete.

And John Power is seen performing a monologue where he transitions from his own character John, to ‘Anger Man’.

Dance group Innova Irish Dance Company are seen closing part one with a unique twist on the usual Irish dance to impress the panel.

Other dance groups this evening include 5 piece hip hop dance crew Cartel made up of Jamie 27, Ed 18, Steven 19, Jordan 18 and Daniel 16 from Northamptonshire. They’re left with a tough decision as Simon tells them: “Jamie, I’m not being rude but you shouldn’t be in the group. I’m sorry but you stuck out like a sore thumb.

“I’m going to say with you (Jamie) in it, no. Without you yes.”

We also meet Kings & Queens – Ryan & Ksenia, Neil & Katya, Michael & Sally, Adelmo & Leaj and Kai & Kerri – Five couples of Latin dancers from all over the UK aged 18-29 years old.

Kings & Queens perform a Latin American dance routine to a remix of contemporary music but will it win over hard to please Simon?

Tonight’s show also sees plenty of singers and editors set two up for a game of Guess Who Gets through.

In one corner is Kath Morris, a 29 year old youth worker from Stoke on Trent who has been singing for 12 years an din the other is Micky Dumoulin, a 24 year old supermarket check-out assistant from Essex.

Kath performs a rendition of Misty Blue – Dorothy Moore for the judges while Micky performs Bring Him Home by Alfie Boe.

While both are experienced performers, nerves get the better of one while the other gets four yeses through to the next round.

This evening also sees a comeback for Pop Idol’s Andrew Derbyshire who previously performed for Simon some 13 years ago. Since then, Andrew has gone on to appear in the West End but now wants to make a bigger name for himself.

But not all the singers are so serious with 16 year old student from Wales Eirian Jones performing an original comedy song about his favourite foods whilst playing the keyboard.

As try outs continue perhaps the most bizarre act ever takes to the stage in the form of Shakespeare Remix: Three women who perform their own interpretation of a scene from Hamlet. It’s a strange audition but surprisingly impresses Simon.

Towards the end of the episode we see Simon then dash off to America for the birth of his son, leaving the panel the in the very capable hands of David Walliams.

Fortunately for Simon, David can’t get up to too much mischief as closing the show tonight is Bailey McConnell, a 14 year old school boy and paper boy from Milton Keynes. Bailey performs ‘Dying Hole’ a song he wrote about one of his friends turning against him, accompanied by acoustic guitar.

See who gets through when Britain’s Got Talent 2014 kicks off tonight at 7pm on ITV1.

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