Posted by sean on June 6, 2010 at 10:43 pm in Television with No Comments

After watching the whole series, including the semi finals all this week, I was left disappointed with the eventual winner, Spelbound, despite the victory being fully justified.

My favourite act of the whole series was The Arrangement – the posh 6th form students who performed modern day songs in an opera style. Sadly, they didn’t make it beyond the semi final, despite a truly fabulous performance.

Following their audition last month, I was also a fan of The Chippendoubles – a lookalike group. However, their semi-final entry was very much disappointing and I felt it was the right decision they failed to make the final.

Two of my favourite contestants did, however, make it to Saturday night’s final – impressionist Paul Burling and Chandi the dancing dog. Sadly, neither won the show, but both did themselves proud.

Hopefully The Arrangement will go on to release an album, Paul Burling get his own TV show and Chandi, who is approaching 100 in dog years, live out a happy retirement, before going to doggy heaven to dream of bones and chasing cats.

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