Britain’s Got Talent 2011: Gay And Alan Cooper Are Winning With Stephen Hall
BRITAIN’S Got Talent is back. Glenn Hoddle look alike David Hasselhoff has taken Simon Cowell’s seat on the judging panel. To his right, fellow judge Amanda Holden appers to have only narrowly survived a tumble into the Botox vat Cowell left behind in his changing rooms.
But the stars of the show are not only the face surgeons but the likes of Gay and Alan Cooper, who performed a version of the Titanic soundtrack on hand bells.
Before the show, the media chatter was all about IT engineer Michael Collings. He sang nicely. He and his pregnant finacee (“It wasn’t planned”) – the one he proposed in an all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet – look like they might view the Vicar Of Dibley as a fly-on-the-wall documentary. But Collins was not the star.
Gay and Alan took the show, but only narrowly from 53 year old telecommunications engineer Steven Hall, whose dance of dances was dead-pan and possessed shades of the late great Max Wall.
Take him away: