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Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Apr 16, 2012 at 10:20:09 AM
The last two week's in variety entertainment land has seen just about everything that is good, and everything that is bad on Britain's Got Talent. We've had dancing dogs, camp men-bands, outstanding singers, terrific dance troupes, basketball gymnasts, and of course, some not-so-outstanding singers. Zipparah Tafari falls into that very last category, but he was easily the most likeable act from the last fortnight. Containing more self confidence than Simon Cowell at a lap-dancing club, Zippy - as Cowell preferred to call him - performed a catchy number about something most of us do every single day - lose a mobile phone and a set of keys. Was Zippy the greatest singer in the world? No. But in this case it didn't matter one bit. The 49-year-old, possessing a hugely likeable personality,...
Posted by: Betting.Betfair on Apr 18, 2011 at 10:59:57 AM
[b]Mike Norman wasn't overly impressed with Saturday night's Britain's Got Talent auditions, but he believes a few acts are worth keeping an eye on as the show progresses...[/b] The first serving of Britain's Got Talent 2011 was a cocktail of weird, wacky, and not-so-wonderful acts that included a Mr Bean wannabe, a duet of bell-ringers, a boring dog act, and a less-than-funny comedian. Ok, I might have fell out of bed the wrong side this morning, but after watching a re-run of Saturday night's opening show I'm definitely not bursting with excitement. A few of the better acts were good (more on them later); it was the ones that got the judges drooling - but weren't actually any good - that were annoying. Take young David Knight for example; a nine-year-old comedian who looked remarkably...
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