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The finalists - Week 2, Show 1

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 Week 2, Show 1 - and watch a video clip of the winner.


The Winner

Etienne PradierName: Etienne Pradier

From: Canterbury

Act: French born Etienne Pradier is an award winning magician who has performed all over the world from corporate events in front of royalty to celebrity parties.
Watch the act


The finalists

CourtneyName: Courtney

From: Birkenhead

Act: Courtney is a 7-year-old dancer who enjoys performing all types of dance. She had her first dance lesson when she was just 2-years-old which was shortly followed by her first show at the Floral Pavillion, New Brighton just 6 months later.

Lhamea LallName: Lhamea Lall

From: Birmingham

Act: Lhamea is a 19-year-old singer who also enjoys writing and producing her own songs from her mini home studio in her bedroom. Her influences range from opera to R&B.

Marcelo de RamosName: Marcelo de Ramos

From: Sheffield

Act: Marcelo is an acrobatic daredevil who performs dangerous stunts, acrobatics and other circus skills. He trained at the Brazilian National Circus for three years and is best known as the man who somersaults over cars!

Can Can GirlsName: Can Can Girls

From: UK

Act: The seven-girl Can Can troupe are all cousins who perform at holiday park talent shows. They've been performing for years and have won many competitions. Their 76-year-old grandmother Audrey makes all the costumes.


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