Wednesday 20 June 2018

Irish dancing 'dog' impresses on Britain's Got Talent as Northern Irish primary school choir give adorable performance

Dudley the dancing dog, Britain's Got Talent, TV3
Dudley the dancing dog, Britain's Got Talent, TV3
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Two Irish dancers give a pretty impressive performance on tonight's Britain's Got Talent - while dressed as a dog.

When 'Dudley' takes to the stage expectations are low but the judges appear to be impressed, or at least surprised, by his moves.

Meanwhile, a primary school choir from Northern Ireland give an adorable performance of Pure Imagination from the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie.

St Lawrence's choir, from Fintona near Omagh jetted in to Blackpool for their audition and one of the children reveals that many of them had never been on a plane before.

St Lawrence's primary school choir on Britain's Got Talent, TV3
St Lawrence's primary school choir on Britain's Got Talent, TV3

"It's the kind of place, if someone's electricity went off that's front page news," she jokes.

After their performance Aleesha said they were "so cute".

Find out whether or not Dudley and the choir make it through the final live auditions on Britain's Got Talent tonight, 8pm on TV3.

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