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The finalists - Week 1, Show 3

Thousands of people took part in auditions to get a place on BBC Two's talent show, Let Me Entertain You. The show ran over four weeks from Monday 28th May to Friday 22nd June with five shortlisted acts performing every night in front of a live studio audience. The longer the performers kept the demanding studio audience entertained, the more chance they had to reach the Friday final, and possibly the live grand final!


Find out more about the five acts who performed in Show 3, and watch a video clip of the winner.


The Winner

Faces of DiscoName: Faces of Disco

Act: Liam Collins and Richard Edmunds perform a comedy dance to 70's music whilst wearing a selection of oversized masks including Prince Charles and The Queen! They perform all over the world, raising funds so Liam can compete in the hurdles at the 2008 Olympics.
Watch the act


The finalists

Emily ReedName: Emily Reed

From: Surrey

Act: Emily is a singer who enjoys belting out tunes by Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. Emily began singing at the age of three and currently performs at hotels, casinos, cruise ships and corporate events. Emily performed vocals and appeared in the KFC 'singing' advert.

Fergal O' MahoneyName: Fergal O' Mahoney

From: Chesire

Act: Fergal is a young pianist who is currently studying a post graduate in music at Guildhall. He has been performing most of his life and is already teaching his instrument to others. He has performed with the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and plans to make a career as a full time classical pianist when he graduates.

Duncan McKennerName: Duncan McKenner

From: Devon

Act: Duncan has been entertaining his friends and family since he was a young boy with his comedy routines. He was Talent winner 1994 at Westar Holiday camp and he once made Jim Davidson laugh with one of his jokes in a pub.

X-treme StreetName: X-treme Street

From: London

Act: X-treme Street are a group of break dancers who perform a combination of dance and gymnast moves to hip hop music. In the summer the group can be seen in London's Covent Garden performing their routine in the street for tourists and passers by.


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