You know what we reckon would win Britain’s Got Talent? A dancing cat. Seriously, we’ve had the dog, the only other hope we’ve got now is for someone to train a cat to dance. Mark our words!!
That little thought bubble aside, we’re so proud that as a nation Britain is willing to share with Europe. It’s clear that we have SO much talent on this Island that we felt that letting an Hungarian dance troupe win was the best idea.
It was deliberate, right?
The eight-strong group have previously appeared on the German and Hungarian equivalents of Britain’s Got Talent but those countries were way to selfish to share the top prize.
The group beat teenage Yorkshire comedian Jack Carroll, 14, who was runner-up (a title which he claimed was insensitive – probably his best joke of the night), and not even a crazy bitch throwing eggs could help push Welsh singing brothers Richard and Adam Johnson to the top spot, instead leaving them coming third.
Top judge Simon Cowell, said the result had been a surprise: “It just shows that this country welcomes people from all over the world, and they loved this act.”
Attraction’s leader, Zoltan Scuzs, said the result was amazing and that he wanted to thank the British public. The group’s performance, against a backdrop that included the Union flag, the Olympic rings and the Queen’s profile was the most British thing on the entire program.
Perhaps next year BGT will stand for Bulgaria’s Got Talent?
As well as being Editor here at The Spin Alley, Rachael is also a freelance journalist and blogger covering lifestyle, travel, culture, entertainment, media and online life for online and print publications.