Posted by sean on May 26, 2014 at 8:56 pm in Television with No Comments


* Despite the blog title, don’t be expecting one for every other semis!

I’m sat at home alone. Claire is working a night shift, so I have to entertain myself. I started building a new MP3 collection to put onto my iPhone, but then got distracted by Britain’s Got Talent. Most of the acts on this show are generally poor. So much so, I think it should be renamed Britain’s Got Talent?

Tonight is the first of five semi-finals. It started badly with a line dancing act. I wasn’t impressed. Claire and I go to Butlins later in the year, and this is the kind of entertainment I expect to see there.

Then there were two singing acts. Now forgive me for being harsh, but every Autumn, we have to endure X Factor. Personally, I think singers should be banned from BGT. If I was a judge, I would have buzzed them off.

Two kids also did a bit of a dance. It was all a bit too fast paced and jumping around for my liking. Somebody had clearly fed the children too many Smarties.

There were two acts that pleased me. An impressionist called Jon Clegg. He was very good. I don’t vote on such programmes, but if I did, he would get mine. I just hope the impressionist, Jon Clegg, gets more votes than this political namesake, Clegg, last week.

There was also a magician. He was impressive. Very impressive. However, I didn’t like it. The reason why… it frustrated me. I like to know how things work. This magician was so good, I could not work out how he did what he did (disappear from under a sheet, with cameras all around him). I’ll vote for him, but only if he tells me his secrets.

I’ve just missed another act while typing this blog. From what I overheard, it didn’t sound very good. I’ll finish this blog, so I can watch the final act and Coronation Street… errr, yes. I am watching it on my own – but ONLY because Tina dies tonight. I am not a Corrie fan. Honest…

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