David Walliams used his golden buzzer on Britain’s Got Talent last night, (May 5) and the other judges were less than impressed with his choice.
60-year-old Donchez Dacres charmed the judge with his original reggae song Wiggle Wine, which had David and the other judges dancing around the desk.
Well, not all the judges. Simon couldn’t be tempted to get up and shake his denim-clad money maker, even when David started thrusting in his face.
Can’t think why that didn’t work…
Even Ant and Dec got in on the action, joining Dacres on stage for a quick boogie. Clearly making his mind up, David slammed the golden buzzer down calling Dacres a ‘ray of golden sunshine’.
When asked what he did for a living Dacres explained:
I am an AA man. I come out and I fix your car and if you’re really down I sing to you. By the end of your experience, you didn’t even think you’d broken down.
Dacres was clearly made up to be going through to the next round of the competition, literally jumping for joy on the stage.
He gushed: ‘You guys are wonderful, thank you thank you’ and later telling the camera, ‘If anybody’s thinking about coming to Britain’s Got Talent, don’t think about it – just do it’!
Dacres isn’t the first act David’s simply adored. Last month we had Mr Uekusa, who gave the judges an unexpected strip show they’ll never forget.
Dressed in a suit and Union Jack bow tie, the audience and judges were shocked when he ripped off his shirt and trousers before performing a series of odd stunts.
First, he was seen knotting a pair of nude tights around his head before balancing a glass filled with liquid on his cheek. He then ripped the tights off without spilling a drop.
Impressive, although when Mr Uekusa attached plungers to his nipples and performed the same trick using a strip of red satin they were clearly less impressed.
Things hit rock bottom when Mr Uekusa got completely naked, leaving presenters Ant and Dec more than a bit alarmed as they watched from the side of the stage.
The only person who seemed to be enjoying the act was David Walliams, who couldn’t stop laughing as the contestant lay down on the floor covered in nothing but a large red sheet of fabric.
Like the world’s least erotic magician, Mr Uekusa then placed three cups and saucers over his chest and downstairs region, before whipping off the sheet, leaving him fully naked – except for the dinnerware.
Can’t think why he didn’t get through to the next stage of the competition?
Britain’s Got Talent returns next Saturday evening on ITV.
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More of a concept than a journalist, Tom Percival was forged in the bowels of Salford University from which he emerged grasping a Masters in journalism.
Since then his rise has been described by himself as ‘meteoric’ rising to the esteemed rank of Social Editor at UNILAD as well as working at the BBC, Manchester Evening News, and ITV.
He credits his success to three core techniques, name repetition, personality mirroring, and never breaking off a handshake.