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happygilmore 12:02 Mon Jun 3
Britain's got talent
88 yr old bloke in a uniform. Fantastic. I bet the Queen is wet with the excitement of meeting this stallion.

Rule Britannia!

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Side of Ham 1:11 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
The best thing that BGT does is cut through the bullshit created by extreme gobby cunts at either end and lets the true view of the voting public shine through.

Tell me where it's bad to be nationalistic after this result.

Grumpster 12:50 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
He's given 50k to the Chelsea hospital that looked after him and has given deposits to his grandchildren to get them on the housing ladders.

Job done, he's happy as Larry.

cholo 12:45 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
An 89 year old wins 250k, I bet his family were hi fiving each other big time.

wanstead_hammer 12:41 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
88 year old in a uniform? I thought the shyster Sullivan had won it for a minute. He could ave bought a few midfielders with that type of wonga!

Grumpster 12:33 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
So some bloke who chose to go on a programme and has just won 250k and a record deal has been exploited?

Wish some cunt would exploit me then.

azel senior 11:59 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
i saw that "kid" in Diversity with the big hair coming out of the Bobby Moore stand at the Boleyn back about 6 or so years ago.

Alright by me.

Side of Ham 9:03 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
It’s like Simon Cowell has tapped into ‘The Sun’ readership back in it’s prime and got them under his spell to watch his fucking inane programmes.

The boringly rigid format of these things even with the snippets of humour, makes me think people would rather spend their prime leisure time on a factory conveyor belt.

Lertie Button 8:55 Tue Jun 4
Re: Britain's got talent
Proof there is absolutely no undiscovered talent left in Britain, truly embarrassing and disgusting exploitation of some sad old cunt

Mr Kenzo 2:41 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Dr Gore

Northern Sold 2:34 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Yeah Diversity are good (and that was a superb routine last night)... but they are NO Jabbawockeez...

The_Phantom 2:18 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Love BGT.
The moment when X revealed his identity was a 2019 TV highlight.
The old boy winner, fair play to him, for 89 or so, he could still properly sing.

Nurse Ratched 1:44 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Alan Carr.

Urgh! Good luck with that.

Huffers 1:41 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
It's ok - they're bringing back loads of old, decent game shows like Strike It Lucky, Bullseye & Play Your Cards Right. Unfortunately, all hosted by Alan Carr.

Takashi Miike 1:27 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Fury's younger brother is on it

Grumpster 1:26 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
It's ok, Love Island starts tonight......

Sven Roeder 1:24 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
A few years ago people did used to take the piss out of the OLDEN days of things like Opportunity Knocks.
Now tv has morphed into an overload of ‘talent’ shows and dancing & all sorts by amateurs.
I’d rather see PROFESSIONALS.
Whatever happened to things like the Johnny Cash Show (apart from the death of the great man) which featured proper stars ?

Pi Alpha Nu 12:49 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Doesn't a dancing dog normally win this outdated crap?

arsene york-hunt 12:45 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
If you want to gauge how the character of the British people has degenerated, there was a show called All Together Now. I could only watch it for a few minutes as it was full of degenerates and sundry exhibitionists sitting in boxes and joining in when they liked a song being sung by various pub singers. It was quite appalling and made Noel's House Party look intellectual. .

Nurse Ratched 12:39 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
That kid with the hair must be about 8 feet tall by now.

Grumpster 12:38 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
Took my mum to see Diversity in panto in Southend last year.

Am guessing at our combined age of about 125 we were the oldest mum and son combo in there!!!

Not just that they are fucking amazing dancers, they all also have good personalities which is why they're still around 10 years on, people like them.

Nurse Ratched 12:24 Mon Jun 3
Re: Britain's got talent
I really liked Diversity.

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