Anorak News | Britain’s Got Talent: Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle, Connected, Harry Mondryk And Olivia

Britain’s Got Talent: Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle, Connected, Harry Mondryk And Olivia

by | 1st, May 2010

BRITAIN’S Got Talent – Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the TV talent show. It’s Newcastle. And its Olivia, Susan Boyle, Harry Mondryk, Clive And Claire, Justin Bieber, Justin Bieber, Justin Bieber, Justin Bieber – and not Justin Bieber. It’s Connected.

So. Who will be the new Susan Boyle, singer of the best-selling album of 2009?

And do we need two of them? Will it be 13-year-old Harry Mondryk, who has now been on the show four times? Well… No.

Will it be singing schoolkid Olivia:

Judges on the show were wowed by a schoolgirl known only as Olivia, who gave a note perfect rendition of Sarah McLachlan’s ‘In The Arms Of An Angel’, earning her comparisons to Welsh child singing star Charlotte, who was dubbed the Voice of An Angel.

Says Boyle in the Mirror:

“When I look in the mirror I see that I brush up quite well. It’s a bit like a cygnet to a swan…Now, I see a sophisticated lady. Even though the outwardness has changed, inside I’m still the same, but now I’m a bit more refined in some ways.”

Anyhow, here’s Connected. They are Justin Bieber x 5 – 2.

With an average age of JUST 14, these five mini Justin Biebers are sure to be a hit with the younger girls in the crowd.

Didn’t two earrings for a man used to mean you were bisexual – or lesbians (Justin Bieber ‘Lesbians’)? Also look out for Clive and Claire. Clive does bullfighting with a tea towel. Claire plays the flute like the guy from Canned Heat – right after he passed out.

LOOK OUT! Piers Morgan’s been hit by a rock? Who. Threw. The. Rock?

“Piers felt something hit him in the head. He picked it up and it was a small rock.”

Can you orbit Piers Morgan.

He asked if anyone threw something and the answer was ‘no’. It seemed to come from the stage area, where no one was. Then the room suddenly became really cold and you could see your breath.”


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