Britain’s Got Talent winners Diversity showcased their dance moves in front of Prime Minister Gordon Brown yesterday at No.10 Downing Street. Unfortunatly though things didn’t go according to plan for group member Perri Luc Keily, who completed his signature back flip and landed on his face. I hope Perri is ok now.
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It has been reported today that Britain’s Got Talent runner up Susan Boyle has been admitted in to a clinic suffering from exhaustion and has allegedly been sectioned under the Mental Health Act. Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who clearly doesn’t have enough to do, a country to run, or thieving politicians to fire, appeared on GMTV this morning and disclosed that he had spoken to judges Simon Cowell and Piers Morgan to check on Susan’s progress. He then added, “I hope Susan Boyle […]
Andrew over at The Worst Kept Secret pointed out today that even though street dance troupe Diversity took home ‘The Britain’s Got Talent’ crown last night, it’s runner up Susan Boyle’s face that can be seen splashed across the front pages of all the newspapers today. Susan comes across as being a lovely woman but she didn’t win the competition. Diversity did. The media coverage should therefore be focused on them NOT the runner up! But this is just typical of the […]
Congratulations goes out to street dance troupe Diversity, winners of Britain’s Got Talent 2009. The troupe take home a cheque for £100,000 and will perform in front of the Queen at The Royal Variety Performance. Susan Boyle came in second place. Check out Diversity’s winning performance below. Brilliant! 😀