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BRITAIN'S Got Talent; BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT.

Byline: POLLY HUDSON

BRITAIN'S Got Talent has officially taken over my life. Now, whenever I'm walking down the street and I see a dog, I totally expect it to get up on its hind legs and start moonwalking.

None of them have so far though, unfortunately, which is very disappointing.

So, the fourth night of the semi-finals - only one more show before the final!

Eeek! I love Vizage, mainly because they're a couple doing unusual magic who DON'T get off with each other throughout as part of the act.

I'm still shuddering after The Deans Of Magic and Vizage is just what the doctor ordered to wipe the Deans memory from my troubled mind.

Also a huge fan of Jeremy Lynch, his act is unique and imaginative - unlike Andrew Muir and James Stone, who should have just waited and applied for X Factor.

It's hard to be impressed by someone just standing there singing when the competition includes such a wide range of original, and sometimes barmy, acts.

Opera girl Faryl Smith is great, but no match for hot favourite Andrew Johnston, unfortunately.

Charlie Wernham's very funny, although it is a bit weird to see a kid with such adulty confidence - he's like a middle-aged bloke in a child's body.

I'm still rooting for Gin, though. And Signature. And Cheeky Monkeys. And George Sampson. Arrrrggggh!

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 30, 2008
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